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       #1691

    New Google Chrome Dev 107.0.5286.2 released. See first post for more details.
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       #1692

    LEOPEVA64 said:
    Google is working on a new 'Performance' page, on this new page there will be 2 sections: 'Snooze tabs' and 'Battery Saving mode', the flags to enable these sections are already available in Canary, but the page itself is not yet available:
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    'Snooze tabs' will be very similar to Edge's 'Sleeping tabs' feature and the 'Battery Saving mode' will limit frame rate and background tasks. A new button in the toolbar will indicate when Battery Saving mode is enabled and it will be possible to turn it off from the dialog:
    The name of the 'Snooze tabs' feature will change to 'Memory Saver', and what it will do is discard tabs that have been in the background after a certain time, when the user clicks on any of the discarded tabs, a chip will appear in the address bar for a few seconds:


    The user will be able to add specific pages to a list of excluded sites, on those sites the tabs will not be discarded.

    Google has also added the 'In-Product Help' dialog for Battery Saver mode, clicking Settings will open the new 'Performance' page in the Battery section:
    Latest Google Chrome released for Windows-iph-battery.png

    By the way, the 'Performance' entry is already available in Settings (in Canary), but for now the page is empty:
    Latest Google Chrome released for Windows-empty-perf.png
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       #1693

    LEOPEVA64 said:
    And Google will redesign the password manager:
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    The redesigned UI is now partially available in Chrome Canary, and instead of being part of the Settings page as a section, the Password Manager now has its own page, here's what it looks like:
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    The 'Checkup' section is empty for now. This is a preliminary version and there is still a lot to add, there will be more entries in the left sidebar, for example the 'Passkeys' section.
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       #1694

    new stable Version 105.0.5195.127 (Official Build) (64-bit)
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    itsme1 said:
    new stable Version 105.0.5195.127 (Official Build) (64-bit)
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       #1696

    Just got it thanks !
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    New Google Chrome Beta 106.0.5249.40 released. See first post for more details.
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    New Google Chrome Dev 107.0.5300.0 released. See first post for more details.
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       #1699

    Edge has a feature that allows you to search for highlighted text in a sidebar, Chrome will also have this feature and is already working in Chrome Canary:
    Latest Google Chrome released for Windows-right-search-flag.png


    For those curious, this is the item for this feature in Edge's context menu:
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    Apparently there will also be 2 items in Chrome's context menu, one to open search results for the selected text in a new tab and one to open those results in the Side panel.
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    LEOPEVA64 said:
    The toggle is now available on Chrome Canary's Settings page (the feature itself is not available yet):
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    This new security feature is now available in Chrome Canary, the Windows Security dialog mentions the specific site where the field will be populated with your password, in Edge, that dialog doesn't mention this, it's more generic:
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