Chrome 94 stable update released, includes HTTPS-First mode

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Lately, Google released the Chrome 94 stable update for Android, iOS, Windows, and Mac devices. The update will bring several new functionalities, security features, and bug fixes.

The Google Chrome 94 stable update is the first version to be released in Chrome’s new four-week release cycle. Earlier, the chrome update was released every six weeks.

The new Chrome update brings a feature named HTTPS-First mode that is aimed to offer a more secure browsing experience. Additionally, the update also addresses 19 security vulnerabilities.

HTTPS is a more secure protocol than HTTP. Now after that update, users will be alerted with a full-page warning that the website they are trying to visit does not support HTTPS. Google previously planned to roll out in Chrome 92 but finally rolled out in the Chrome 94 stable update.

Here’s what is new in Chrome 94:

  • Android OS tablets can now host desktop websites
  • Inactive tab groups will be frozen
  • Refreshed UI for Google Chrome on Android
  • Chrome 94 desktop brings 32 bug fixes and enhancements
  • Chrome 94 desktop introduces a new feature called sharing hub. It allows users to copy the links, obtain a QR code and share it to the third party websites. Feature available on Chrome for Windows, macOS and Linux.
  • iOS Chrome 94 users can pick multiple tabs, and add them to their bookmarks, reading list.
  • Chrome 94 for iOS now supports downloading and opening .mobileconfig files. The config file is useful to set up Apple device work with specific enterprise systems.
  • Seperate screens for sign-up and sync features for Chrome on iOS.

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