NEW DELHI: Internet search giant Google allegedly adds a tool called the Desktop Sharing Hub Web browser – – Google Chrome – with the aim of providing an easy way to interact with the link.
According to a report from 9to5Google, the latest Chrome Canary versions are on Windows, Linux, macOS and Chrome OS show this function on the far right in the Omnibox via a plus sign (+).
When you click the plus sign, you’ll see several options for sharing pages, such as: B. Generating a QR code of the page, converting a tab, saving a page as a document, and copying the link.
The report adds that the Desktop sharing hub The feature was discovered in version 92 of Chrome Canary. This means it can take a while to actually roll out.
Just last month, Google released a major update to the Chrome web browser – Chrome 90.
The new update offers an improved video conferencing experience, reduces data consumption and makes it easier to perform multiple tasks. Another major development is FLoC – Google’s new way of tracking users and serving ads. However, the function is still being tested and not yet fully implemented.