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Google Chrome is a free web browser developed by Google and used to access websites on the Internet. In May 2020, it was the most popular web browser in the world with over 60% of the web browser market. Google Chrome is also a cross-platform browser, which means there are versions that work on different computers, mobile devices, and operating systems. According to Statista, Google Chrome for Android is the most widely used version and held over 32% of the global web browser market share in February 2020. Using Google Chrome is as easy as using the default web browser on your current computer (for example, Internet Explorer, Edge or Safari). Whenever you want to visit a website, all you have to do is type the URL of the web address in the address bar at the top and press Enter/Go/Search.
Just like other web browsers, Google Chrome includes basic browsing features such as back button, forward button, refresh button, history, bookmarks, toolbar, and settings . Like other browsers, Chrome includes an incognito mode that lets you browse privately without tracking your history, cookies, or website data. It also includes an extensive library of plugins and extensions. Browsers sometimes hide new features behind flags, which means they are not enabled by default for most users. An example is the CSS Grid Layout Level 1 specification, which (when first implemented) was behind a flag in Firefox and Chrome. If we look it up on caniuse.com, we can see that this feature literally has a little flag in older versions of those browsers to indicate that it’s an experimental feature.
How to Enable Beta Features in Chrome via Flags
- Open the Chrome browser and in the address bar, enter the following address: chrome://flags
- Now on the opened page called “Experiments” there will be two tabs Available and Unavailable. In the Available section, look for “Experimental Web Features”. To do this, you can scroll through all the flags on the web page or simply search for the flag in question.
- In the drop-down list right next to “Experimental Web Features” and options, select Enabled.
- Once done, you will be prompted to restart your web browser for the changes to take effect.
- That’s it. As soon as you restart the browser, you will now be able to use several new features that are still in development.
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