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The Google Chrome test edition begins to support native Windows 10 notifications

via:博客园     time:2018/3/19 23:32:58     readed:689

The latest version of Google Chrome browser supports native Windows 10 notification, which is a recently recognized function of the company, which is expected to become a part of the next stable version. Although this function is still in the early stage of Windows 10, Google plans to improve it in the next few weeks, and then provide it to users in the new version of the stable browser.

Google has never been a strong supporter of Windows 10 and its functions. But the increasing market share of the operation system makes the search giant basically have no choice, at least some functions have been integrated in its application. At present, the Windows 10 market share has exceeded 30%, and will become the world's leading desktop operating system by the end of this year over Windows 7.

On the other hand, although Microsoft provides Microsoft Edge as the default browser in Windows 10, Google browser is also ranked the first browser on the desktop, occupying 60% share, and Edge has only 5% share. Recently, Microsoft said it is considering Edge as the default browser for starting links from mail applications, whether Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox is configured as default browser in Windows 10.

Users can download the latest Canary version to try out the new notification system in Google Chrome, but it should be remembered that these versions are usually used for testing only with possible errors. The official version of the sixty-sixth edition of Google browsers is scheduled to be released in April 17th.

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