Here’s Latest Features of Google Chorme browser’s toolbar that will helps to user pause or resume a video Which are playing in the browser regardless of the where it’s coming from.
What is google Chrome ?
It is a web browser that’s free to download from the internet. It is a web browser released by Google in 2008. This relatively new browser competes with other major browsers such as proprietary Microsoft Internet Explorer and freeware designs like Mozilla Firefox.
Google Chrome’s key features
Pages are quick to open and load in web browser .
You can search anything in the web from inside the address bar.
You can add favourite websites to a folder or to the Bookmark.
If you personalise the browser with Google, you can include instant information on local news, weather, sport or virtually anything else that you want.
You can check your Gmail – the Google email account – from within the browser.
various features available in google chrome which helps to work smoothly
Google chrome is search engine where we can search everything (like what you think all questions which are arises in your mind you can ask from google chrome ). There are various features available in google chrome which helps to work smoothly and easily . There are various features of google and they will be updated by time to time . Now, we will give the information about google chrome new features . The google chrome new features is called Global Media Control (GMC) .
This features is not launch now it is in testing Phase .
What is GMC?
Google is working to add a play and pause button on its Chrome browser’s toolbar that will helps to user pause or resume a video Which are playing in the browser, regardless of the where it’s coming from.
This button will work with both condition audio and video content and they will work across multiple Chrome windows.
“The users will be able to pause a video that’s playing in a different window altogether, and not necessarily the ones playing in the current one,” The button will be available on desktop versions for Windows, Mac and Linux.