Whether or not these new features will entice Internet users to give up Internet Explorer or Firefox is still up in the air, but here are the best new features that we see in Chrome:
Users may not know this, but the address bar in Chrome, where we usually put in the URLs is the Omnibox, a direct interface to the Google search engine. While users may have noticed that simply typing things in the Omnibox takes one straight to Google results, but the Omnibox can do mathematical calculations, give weather updates etc without even going to the actual search page to find the answer.
2.Recovering lost tabs
Chrome has introduced a new feature that allows users to reopen any page they have discarded. Users have to press Control+Shift+T on Windows. It can also be accessed by right-clicking the ‘+’ sign and pressing the ‘reopen closed tab’ button.
Popup adverts and unwanted noise can make browsing the internet distracting. Chrome has a little speaker icon in the tab title for sites that are playing audio. One can quickly check which are the sites creating noise among multiple open tabs and simply right-click the tab and click mute site.
Chrome has its own Task Manager that shows you how much memory and CPU usage each tab and plug-in is using. You can open it by clicking Shift-Esc from within Chrome. You can get more details by clicking the “Stats for nerds” link on the Task Manager and it will open a page with a full breakdown of memory and CPU usage for each process within the browser.
I also like that Chrome makes each tab a separate process in Windows, so you can also go into the Windows Task Manager and shut down one of them if it’s locked up. It also means that a bad process in one tab won’t kill your whole browser session
5.Cast Your Screen
You can use your Chromecast to cast content from services like Netflix and Hulu from your phone to your TV. But you can also beam what you’re seeing on your PC screen to the TV with Chrome’s built-in Cast functionality.
The most direct way to do this is to right-click anywhere in Google Chrome and select “Cast.” It can also get to it via the three-dot icon on the top right. In the pop-up window, select the Chromecast-enabled device on which you’d like your browser window to appear.
And some of the Basic Features are listed below
6.Avoid Tracking With Incognito Mode
7.Quick Mobile Search (Android)
8.Drag Multiple Tabs at Once
10.Open Accidentally Closed Tabs
11.Enable Cloud Printing