Google has just officially made available to its users the stable version of the Chrome browser, which reaches version 76 on both Android and embedded iOS mobile devices as well as Windows, macOS, and Linux PCs.
In this new release, we have integrated features previously seen in beta distribution that include both anonymous browsing (which now cannot have intercepted information) and Flash Player blocking by default.
In addition, enhancements related to dark mode have been implemented and are now able to adapt to browsing a specific web page and to facilitate the installation of Progressive Web Apps (PWA) applications via a button available on the toolbar. Addresses.
Below you can check out the video with all the news implemented by Google in Chrome 76, which is now available to all users.
How to upgrade?
If you already have Google Chrome installed on your device, just check in the app store if the update has already been downloaded or is pending, making the appropriate update.
For PC users, the browser usually performs the procedure automatically but can also be checked through the Help / About Google Chrome menu. Once this option is opened, the browser will automatically look for the download update and subsequent application restart for installation.