Google Chrome is currently testing the ability to drag and drop files from the download bubble.
For those who don’t know, the download bubble is a small feature to manage and track the progress of the downloaded/downloading files. However, this feature needs to be enabled from chrome://flags.
A Reddit user ‘Leopeva’ first spotted the new download UI within Google Chrome’s Canary update. The new UI will allow users to drag and drop files to and from their desktop straight into the download menu. This can be handy for users and save some time.
In another news, Google is testing a feature that allows users to mute/unmute different tabs. This feature will allow users to stop the media playback from any Chrome browser page.
Last but not least, Google rolled out an emergency update for Chrome on June 10 to address seven security vulnerabilities while four were marked as high-security vulnerabilities. CERT and CISA advised users to update to Chrome version 102.0.5005.115 to avoid any security threats.
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