Chrome 115 Introduces Reading Mode
One notable addition to Chrome 115 is the introduction of a reading mode. This feature has been available in Microsoft’s Edge browser for some time, and Google has finally implemented it in Chrome. However, the reading mode is currently only available for the desktop version of the browser.
Another highlight of this update is the enhanced control over permissions. Chrome 115 introduces permission options similar to those found in Android apps, allowing users to have more control over website permissions. Currently, this feature is rolling out to select users and will be made available to more users in the future. The new permissions prompt offers an “Allow this time” option for granting location, camera, and microphone permissions.
New Look and Feel for Windows 11
Chrome 115 also brings a modern design to the browser on Windows 11, aligning it with the operating system’s aesthetics. As part of this update, Chrome introduces translucent elements called the Mica effect. Developers will have the option to enable this effect for their apps and websites. The Mica effect applies to background tabs and the entire app bar background. Currently, this feature is rolling out to a limited number of users, with a wider rollout expected in Chrome 116.
Improved Memory Saver
With the previous update, Google introduced the Memory Saver feature to Chrome. In Chrome 115, this feature is further improved with changes regarding inactive and active tabs. Google is testing two new improvements: providing users with more information when an inactive tab becomes active again, and making inactive tabs more noticeable visually.
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