大†Shinegumi†大 Posted October 11, 2019 Share Posted October 11, 2019 (edited) Great news everybody! Here’s some news that has absolutely nothing to do with Black Friday, Cyber Week, or any other kind of deal. Today, we’re talking Chrome. More specifically, the last update of 2022 for the Chrome browser for desktop devices. Yesterday, Google officially rolled out Chrome 108 for Windows, macOS, and Linux. The next update won’t arrive until the second week of 2023 and while there isn’t a lot to talk about, 108 has some nifty new features you should know about. So, here’s what’s new in Chrome 108. Sharper Emojis Chrome 98 introduced support for COLRv1 Color Gradient Vector Fonts which produce sharper emojis that are more scalable. In Chrome 108, websites will now have the ability to detect if a browser supports COLRv1 and in turn, display crisper emoji images. Sharp. Battery Saver Mode Google has been working on some battery and memory-saving features for Chrome and ChromeOS for months and some of those tools have finally appeared in the Stable build of the browser. Still disabled behind a flag, battery saver mode can be set to enable when your device is off charge or when your battery drops below 20%. Once you update to 108, you can enable the flag by pointing your browser to chrome://flags/#battery-saver-mode-available and setting the flag to the enable position. Restart your browser and you’re good to go. Silent installation Quote Silent installation https://www.babup.com/do.php?id=6620 https://workupload.com/file/q2jJygRkFj3 Edited December 14, 2022 by 大†Shinegumi†大 digital john 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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