Published by: admin, date of publication: December 11, 2020
Almost four months after the announcement. In the latest version of the Google Chrome browser, the new tab grouping feature has become activated by default for all users.
Google announced it in May with the release of the stable version of Chrome 83 for desktops. Then it was announced that the function had just begun to be distributed, it would be implemented gradually and may not appear immediately and not for everyone. In the new Chrome version 85.0.4183.102, it is finally enabled for all browser users in the desktop version.Tags: programs, sites
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