This week, the official version of Chrome 89 is open for update and download. The platforms include Windows 10, macOS, Linux, Android, etc.
After experience, it is found that Chrome 89 adds exclusive optimization for Win10.
To put it simply, Chrome 89 adds support for Win10’s native “sharing” function. Previously, sharing only supported a few Windows applications, such as Explorer, Edge browser, etc. Now Chrome can also call the native UI.
Currently, it supports sharing links/webpages to nearby Bluetooth, Wi-Fi devices, etc., of course, including sharing between applications such as Outlook and Edge.
Other new features of Chrome 89 include “read later” included in the reading list, web applications (PWA) can use the NFC function (mobile terminal), improved support for standard keyboards/game joysticks, and the address bar is new to web applications Add installation buttons, etc.
In addition, Google is also preparing to update Chrome 89 with a qualitative change in performance, which is expected to be launched before the end of the year.