Microsoft believes the current default Chromium Scrollbars still use the traditional win32 scrollbars while Windows OS has been received WinUI and native fluent controls. The company is now proposing default scrollbars should be updated with a Fluent design and be like overlay scrollbars always thinner, have insets and rounded edges.
Earlier this month, Google announced that it would kill free Google Workspace accounts that were using the G Suite legacy free edition. As spotted by Ars Technica and following customer backlash, Google has updated its support page and says that it plans to offer more options to existing users. Google Workspace as it exists today…
How many times you have lost tabs when you accidentally close them in the browser? That can be annoying for sure, on any platform. Unlike Firefox, Google Chrome, the most used browser lacks this basic warning.
The title of this post series is inspired by the David and Goliath dynamic … The new kid on the block and the bully, or they reflect the generational shift in approach to “operating systems” … A necessary evolution many would argue. From the days of MS-DOS and variants within […]
The migration from “G Suite legacy free edition” continues today with Google quietly noting that it will offer the ability to transfer “your non-Google Workspace paid content and most of your data to a no-cost option.”
Who would have thought Google revisits the changes they made to Chrome years back and restores them, especially if it was a flag? That’s a surprise, happened this time about the Tab Muting flag which the company removed 3 years back.
Last week, Google announced that all G Suite legacy free edition users will have to transition and start paying for Workspace starting in July. This has upset non-business users that signed up for G Suite 16 years ago with their domain, and Google is now reaching out to these legacy personal users.
Chrome OS is set to gain a new Adaptive Charging feature that will help Chromebook owners extend their laptop’s battery life.
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