Video: Redcore used code from Google Chrome to build browser.
Google's Swing Tab Material Design Update for Chrome appears in version 69 of the browser due to September.
Google is flagging the upcoming changes in the Enterprise Release Notes for Chrome 69, which provides a brief mention of changing browser interfaces for a "new design across all operating systems."
Chrome 69, Penciled for Stable Release September 4, will also have native Windows 10 alerts, which have rolled out to users over the last month.
Chrome 69 will also develop the long-term project to write off Flash Player, which Adobe has announced to reach life by 2020. Microsoft, Mozilla and Apple have similar deprecation times for Flash on their browsers.
Once ubiquitous, Flash content is now almost unused by Chrome users, although Google will not completely remove support until Chrome 87 by 2020.
Currently, if a user activates Flash for a particular site, they do not. I do not have to approve if they visit the site again. But in Chrome 69, every time users start Chrome again, they must allow sites to use Flash.
While this process will make use of Flash frustrating, Google has recently revealed that Chrome users who load at least one page of Flash content every day are now below eight percent, down from 80 percent measured in 201
The purpose of Chrome 69's change is to require a confirmatory decision from the user to run Flash content without this choice remaining over several sessions. The next phase comes around Chrome 76, according to Google's timeline.
Google also notes improvements to manage Chrome with Microsoft Intune.
"Guidelines that are only available in Microsoft Windows instances that are associated with a Microsoft Active Directory domain can now be configured with Intune," Google Notes.
"These guidelines can even be managed on Windows instances that are not included in a domain. Administration of Chrome guidelines with Intune is supported on Windows 10 Pro and Enterprise editions."
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