Newsletter: Chrome 69 Updated Upon Feedback & Xbox One Now Pc Gamer Friendly

Newsletter: Chrome 69 Updated Upon Feedback & Xbox One Now Pc Gamer Friendly

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QUOTE OF THE DAY

“Many of life’s failures are people who did not realize how close they were to success when they gave up.” – Thomas A. Edison

GOOGLE CHROME ACKNOWLEDGE PRIVACY ISSUES AFTER FEEDBACK

THE STORY

After receiving feedback on its latest release Chrome 69, Google made some changes to simplify the way Chrome manages sign-in and uses cookie authentication.

WHY THIS WAS DONE?

Google has made some changes to Chrome sign-in after receiving precious feedback from several users. As Google is one of the most trusted organizations and never lets their users down, they’ve took this initiative, so that every time user login, Chrome Sync doesn’t get enabled. Chrome users who want to sync their data such as browsing history, passwords, and bookmarks on other devices should turn on sync manually.

WHAT CHANGES ARE MADE?

Let us take a look at changes made in Google Chrome:

  1. To let users have more control over their experience, Google has added sign-in consistency. It will help and allows users to turn-off syncing web-based sign-in with browser-based sign-in. Users after disabling this feature will not be able to login into Chrome, even if they login into Google website.
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  2. Google is also updating Chrome’s UI. This is done so that it becomes better for Google to communicate with user’s sync state. By this, Google will be clear about your sign-in state and whether you’re syncing data to your Google account or not.
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  3. Google in its next Chrome version, that is Chrome 70, will change the way they handle clearing of cookies. In the current Chrome version, they let you to stay logged in even after cookies are deleted. But, in Chrome 70, this will be changed, so after deleting cookies, user will be signed out automatically.

On receiving feedback, Zach Koch, Chrome Product Manager, published a blog post, where he mentioned,

“We deeply appreciate all of the passionate users who have engaged with us on this. Chrome is a diverse, worldwide community, and we’re lucky to have users who care as much as you do. Keep the feedback coming.”


MICROSOFT’S XBOX ONE WILL NOW HAVE MOUSE AND KEYBOARD SUPPORT

THE STORY

Xbox One and Razer come together to enable mouse and keyboard support on Xbox One.

WILL GAMING NOW BE EASIER FOR PC USERS ON XBOX ONE?

Yes, of course! Gaming will get easier, as with mouse and keyboard support it will be easy to play FPS and other genres which require to aim and navigate.

With mouse and keyboard support, developers will be able to build support in games. This support will not be enabled by default, which means user has to turn on the support from within the game.

Currently, Warframe is one of the first title to test this keyboard and mouse input support. For making the experience much better, Xbox has partnered up with Razer to bring out the best possible functionality with this support. This feature will be released in upcoming weeks at Xbox Insider program.

On this, Jason Ronald, Director of Program Management for Xbox Platform posted,

“We’ve been working closely with studios of all sizes to ensure mouse and keyboard experiences on console are fun, fair and correctly balanced, and look forward to introducing more games with support for mouse and keyboard input in the future.”

WHAT IS XBOX INSIDER PROGRAM? 

Insider program by Xbox allows passionate and die-hard fans to give their feedback and reviews to Microsoft on latest Xbox One system updates. You can join Xbox insider program and help them to build and develop more features, making Xbox even better. In insider program, you can tell them about your views by completing quests, surveys, quick polls, and reporting problems directly to developers. So, what are you waiting for, join Xbox insider program to make it more better.

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