GOOGLE • GETTYGoogle Chrome - New feature launched, but you may not be able to use it
Google Chrome has gotten a brand new security feature, but not all users will be able to use it.
Google Chrome is without a doubt the most popular internet browser in the world - and it doesn’t look like it will lose that crown anytime soon.
Latest NetMarketShare stats for the first three months of 2018 give the search engine giant's browser a huge 61.26 per cent market share.
Its nearest challenger is Microsoft's Internet Explorer with a 12.43 per cent chunk of the market, followed by Firefox on 10.73 per cent.
Whereas Microsoft's newer Edge browser, which is the default choice on Windows 10, lags behind on 4.49 per cent.
These stats underline how Chrome’s crown as the world’s most popular internet browser is undisputed.
And as it continues to keep a stranglehold on the market, Google Chrome’s millions of users have received a big update.
Chrome 65 was released last month on Mac, Windows and Linux before launching on Android devices.
On Android the update brought with it changes such as new language preferences and a ‘simplified view’ for reading articles.
Interestingly, it also brought with it a new feature that will help bolster security on mobile devices.
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