According to the latest report, Google Chrome has the largest share of the desktop market among all browsers, and Google is constantly adding new features to add more value to its users, enabling it to attract new customers. while retaining existing customers Google has now announced that it will soon integrate a new feature in Chrome that will automatically block annoying website popups.
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In a blog post, Google highlighted that the next version of Chrome will feature a machine learning model that will automatically block permission prompts and notifications from websites. This decision will be made based on your historical interaction patterns with similar sites. For example, if you normally deny location permissions to sites, Chrome will automatically deny access to new sites on your behalf without even showing the window again.
Moreover, the idea behind this feature is to ensure that you have an uninterrupted experience while browsing the website. Google emphasizes that machine learning predictions will be made entirely on devices and no data will be sent to the company. While Google doesn’t explicitly mention it, “the next version of Chrome” is likely to refer to Chrome 103, which will hit the stable channel on June 21.
Another feature of Chrome in a future version is to use machine learning to rearrange the buttons on the Chrome toolbar. For example, depending on various factors like the website you visit and the time of day, you might see a microphone icon or a share button in front of the toolbar. You still have the option to arrange the buttons manually.
The company also highlighted the success of other machine learning models in Chrome. These include Safe Browsing, which automatically detects and blocks opening malicious websites, and Journeys, which essentially enhances your browsing history, allowing you to retrace your online activity.