Google has released Chrome 94 stable updates for Android, iOS, Mac and Windows operating systems. The update will be rolled out in the next few weeks and will bring new security features, new features and bug fixes. The stable version of Google Chrome 94 is the first Chrome version in the new 4-week release cycle. Previously, Chrome updates were released every six weeks. Its functions include HTTPS-First mode, which makes user browsing safer. In addition, Google said that 19 different security issues have been fixed in Chrome version 94.

The update to Google Chrome was announced via a blog post on September 21. Chrome 94 introduced the HTTPS-First mode. It is available in Chrome desktop system and Android. HTTPS is a more secure version of HTTP, and many websites support it. With the latest update, when users load a site that does not support HTTPS, the browser will also display a full page warning. This ensures privacy when using public Wi-Fi. Google said that this was previously planned for Chrome 92.

After Chrome is updated to the latest version, users can go to Settings> Privacy and Security> Security> Always use secure connection.

Chrome 94 also allows Android tablets to host desktop websites. It can now allow freezing of inactive tab groups, automatic launch of progressive web applications (PWA), display of refreshed UI on Android, display of updated table rendering on web pages, etc. The desktop version of Chrome 94 is repairing and improving 32 bugs.

Another new feature that Chrome 94 brings to the desktop is the sharing center. This feature allows users to copy links, obtain QR codes and share them to third-party websites. The options sent to your device are only available for logged in users. You can access the sharing center on Chrome through the omnibox icon or the three-dot menu. If the user is not logged in, this option will not appear. Chrome for Windows, macOS, and Linux supports Desktop Sharing Center.

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In order to easily manage tabs, Chrome 94 introduced an editing mode in the iOS version. Users can select multiple tabs and then add them to the reading list, add bookmarks, share or close them.

Chrome 94 for iOS supports downloading and opening .mobileconfig files. The .mobileconfig file can be used to configure iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad to work with certain enterprise systems. Chrome on iOS now allows users to download these files. The user can then manually install the configuration file from the “Settings” application. Chrome 94 also improves the existing login screen on iOS, separating registration and synchronization functions.