The latest update from the most popular browser adds as much as possible blocking of the most annoying and annoying advertisements on the Web without the need to install any plugins
World statistics Points to this That at least half of you are reading this article based on one version of the Chrome browser Google Of course - and that also means that you now enjoy the built-in advertisement filtering service of this product, by default.
At Google, they promised that in December, 2017 And as of February 15, all the latest versions of the successful browser come with the ability to filter and block ads of various types that do not meet the conditions and definitions dictated by the Coalition for Better Ads, which is a large body that aims to implement the required regulation in which Will change the negative attitude that has developed over the years to online advertising.
Ads that pop up another window, fill most of the screen, glitter and sparkle excessively, or work with automatic audio or video playback should disappear from your web in Chrome, while more reasonable and refined ads will continue to appear normally without adding plugins such as AdBlock or Adblock Plus. The capabilities should also work in the mobile versions of Windows Mobile chromium, Which will be an important bonus considering that these versions do not support third-party plug-ins.
The impact of the built-in blocker will not always be felt immediately, because the sites with excess advertisements will receive alerts and requirements for change before applying blockades and sanctions, but in the long run we should receive אינטרנט Cleaner and more user friendly, especially for those who do not have relatively advanced knowledge and who do not use any special blockers and additives as part of their surfing.
עבור Google This is actually an attempt to fight the most popular blocking plugins by means of a tool that will benefit both the surfers and commercial entities and advertisers, so that it will ultimately benefit itself as the developer of the linking platforms. What do you think of the project? Let's tell in comments.