Better per-site permissions, new Chrome Actions, and improved phishing detection
Chrome 92 is launching today. Apart from the smaller interface experiments and the developer-focused novelties we previously covered, there are some improvements on the privacy front, regarding both features and performance enhancements.
First up, Chrome 92 simplifies site controls. When you tap the lock icon next to an address and enter the Permissions section, you’ll see that the individual entries have received toggles. That allows you to quickly spot which permissions are currently switched on or off, and you need only one tap to change your preferences.
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