Next small improvement inChrome Put an end to the sites that decide to start playing for you in surprise
In an era where Video (And audio) is a basic part found in almost every site and corner of the web, it is not surprising to encounter situations where certain sources start playing 'on your own' content that the user did not ask for and is not interested in - which can be especially annoying when the user browses And several tabs in parallel, and 'attacked' from several different places.
To try and deal with this phenomenon we have seen Google Adds to theChrome Leading the market a small symbol that attests to what the tabs are and what sites are playing Sound At a given time, however, this feature does not seem to be sufficient to deal with the phenomenon comprehensively - and now we see evidence of a future addition to the browser's options menu, which will allow certain sites and pages to be muted by default, from the moment of clicking and forever. The application as can be done today.
This is a capability that can already be achieved both in Chrome and in competing browsers such as Firefox Thanks to third-party plugins (MuteTab and Mute Tab, respectively, for example - which have no practical connection despite the name), but its assimilation in the product base will undoubtedly make the whole thing more convenient, simple and common for a wide audience, so we definitely expect Impatient that the ability will make the leap from the earlier beta versions to the official and stable versions distributed to most users.