Google is launching two new features, including one under test calledGoogle is developing a new actionable address bar that opens browser settings by entering keywords.
As its name implies,
open Chrome://flags menu
Enable both flags and restart the browser
As mentioned above, we've developed a new search feature for chrome. This will allow you to search for open tabs directly from the browser window, as shown in the following figure:
once enabled, it will add a search field on the label line, and the user can access the search box using Ctrl Shift E mouse or keyboard shortcut.
In addition, for windows 10, Google is developing a new feature that chrome will work with when third-party antivirus software is configured to scan local storage. Google points out that windows 10 antivirus programs and other scanners may temporarily lock in new files. This method can cause frequent problems when you are using chrome to save bookmarks and other files. The new Chrome browser tries to deal with this by retrying the replacefile step. This will only happen on windows, because hopefully this is the only place where this happens.
As we reported last week, Google is also experimenting with a new feature to reduce windows 10's memory usage by properly allocating resources.