The beta version of the successful browser brings with it a number of important improvements - and starting this February we will see even fewer annoying advertisements by default
Even after 63 versions in the past nine years since the launch of the first auction, Google is finding new ways to update and upgrade browser Their Chrome - and in the first beta available for distribution number 64 it looks to us for content playback support HDR (With screen and video card, of course), option to block audio in tabs and sites as default, tools for more convenient and accurate changes of elements within the web page according to the resolution and size of the window at a given time.
64 version of the browser Also provides enhancements to the built-in pop-up blocker blocking mechanism, with automatic blocking to open new panels and tabs for sites that point to addresses אינטרנט Others with a click, automatically blocking misleading visual elements whose purpose is solely to display advertisements (e.g. 'Play' button or 'Close' button which are actually just links to different addresses and other advertisements). Along with the option to set silence by default for different domains of your choice - it seems that browsing should make business a little more pleasant and convenient, even for those who do not use any dedicated ad blocker extension.
Improvements to the current ad blocking system are another part of Google's extensive move, Which will go into effect starting from the 15 in February Next year on all browsers chromium - Block any advertisement that the company defines as aggressive and annoying.
The technology giant has released the guidelines for normal and incorrect advertisements in both the desktop and mobile versions of the browser (where the good news will be much greater, because to date there have been no third-party ad blocking mechanisms), and from February enforcement and punishment sites will begin Meet the criteria (less than 7.5 percent of the advertisements in the domain that are not valid, and less than 2.5 percent of the advertisements later after the launch period) - in which advertisements will simply not be displayed at all for a certain period, and will avoid a significant part of the operators' potential income.
This is an intriguing and promising development, and we can only hope that it will indeed make our approach more qualitative and pleasant than in the past, from 2018 onwards.