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Further Improvements to the New Download UI

New Chrome downloads bubble UI

Google has been working on an improved download UI since Chrome 99. The big row for downloads at the bottom of the screen is replaced with a “download bubble” in the top toolbar. Click the icon and you will see a list of recent downloads.

Chrome 111 is continuing to improve this UI with a number to indicate how many things are being downloaded at once. (We don’t see the number on our testing system yet.) It’s a small but welcome touch. The download bubble is available via two Chrome flags: chrome://flags/#download-bubble and chrome://flags#download-bubble-v2.

Smoother Transitions in Web Apps

Web apps are always an area of focus for Chrome updates. With Chrome 111, Google is bringing a new API to the browser to make it easier for developers to implement smooth transitions between pages. This will go a long way toward making web apps feel like native apps. While there were methods for doing this already, the new API aims to make it much easier.

Revoke Permissions From Forgotten Websites

Chrome Safety Check  

A lot of websites ask for various permissions when you visit them. Location, notifications, clipboard, camera, etc. You’re only asked to grant access once and then it’s allowed indefinitely. That’s not great, which is why Chrome 111 can automatically revoke those permissions

Custom Keyboard Shortcuts for Chromebooks

Chrome OS 111 includes a brand-new keyboard shortcuts app that can be used to make your own shortcuts. This is a pretty awesome little feature since it’s not super easy to do this on other desktop operating systems.

The keyboard shortcuts can be found at Settings > Device > Keyboard > View Keyboard Shortcuts. The shortcuts are pre-mapped, but they’ll eventually be programmable—at least it looks that way. Currently, clicking the shortcut allows you to edit it, but you can’t actually save the configuration yet.


Expanded Picture-in-Picture Functionality

Pomodoro web app PiP Chrome Developers

Chrome 111 is testing a new Document Picture-in-Picture API that enables developers to open a PiP window that can be filled with any desired HTML content—like a Pomodoro timer—not just videos.

This new API builds upon the previous Picture-in-Picture API, which only permitted the use of an HTMLVideoElement in a PiP window. With this enhancement, web developers can provide an improved PiP experience to their users.


What Else Is New?

Chrome releases don’t have as many big new features these days. However, there’s still a lot happening under the hood. You can read about many of these changes on Google’s developer blog. We’ll highlight a few changes here:

  • Chrome 111 adds window-management as an alias for window-placement permission and permission-policy strings.
  • All features described in CSS Color Level 4 are now enabled. The color-mix() function from CSS Color 5 is also available.
  •  previousslide and nextslide actions have been added to the existing Media Session API.
  •  ArrayBuffer constructors have been extended to take an additional maximum length that allows in-place growth and shrinking of buffers.
  • The ability for Web Payment API to bypass the connect-src CSP policy when fetching the manifest has been deprecated in Chrome 111.


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The Stable channel has been updated to 110.0.5481.104 for Windows only, which will roll out over the coming days/weeks. A full list of changes in this build is available in the log.


The Extended Stable channel has been updated to 110.0.5481.104 for Windows only which will roll out over the coming days/weeks.

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111.0.5563.110/.111 for Windowswhich will roll out over the coming days/weeks. A full list of changes in this build is available in the log.

Security Fixes and Rewards

Note: Access to bug details and links may be kept restricted until a majority of users are updated with a fix. We will also retain restrictions if the bug exists in a third party library that other projects similarly depend on, but haven’t yet fixed.


This update includes 8 security fixes. Below, we highlight fixes that were contributed by external researchers. Please see the Chrome Security Page for more information.


[$10000][1421773] High CVE-2023-1528: Use after free in Passwords. Reported by Wan Choi of Seoul National University on 2023-03-07

[$8000][1419718] High CVE-2023-1529: Out of bounds memory access in WebHID. Reported by anonymous on 2023-02-27

[$7000][1419831] High CVE-2023-1530: Use after free in PDF. Reported by The UK's National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) on 2023-02-27

[$TBD][1415330] High CVE-2023-1531: Use after free in ANGLE. Reported by Piotr Bania of Cisco Talos on 2023-02-13

[$NA][1421268] High CVE-2023-1532: Out of bounds read in GPU Video. Reported by Mark Brand of Google Project Zero on 2023-03-03

[$TBD][1422183] High CVE-2023-1533: Use after free in WebProtect. Reported by Weipeng Jiang (@Krace) of VRI on 2023-03-07

[$NA][1422594] High CVE-2023-1534: Out of bounds read in ANGLE. Reported by Jann Horn and Mark Brand of Google Project Zero on 2023-03-08


We would also like to thank all security researchers that worked with us during the development cycle to prevent security bugs from ever reaching the stable channel.

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