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Chrome v88 for desktop rolled out: Features, specifications

Chrome v88 for desktop

The latest update for Google Chrome has brought out a number of new features. One of the biggest changes is the updated password manager. Now, with this update users can easily identify and fix weak and compromised passwords. 

Also, the improved password manager will ensure that users do not have a tough time logging into accounts that are used less. According to reports, Chrome v88 will start rolling out in the coming weeks.

Now, a number of users already have the same password for numerous accounts and this has made all the accounts extremely vulnerable to attacks at once. In order to address this issue, Chrome’s v88 has added a security check within its password manager and this notifies users about their weak passwords. The user can now head over to the settings menu to fix this vulnerable password.

In order to check for compromised passwords, all you have to do is to tap on your profile picture and then tap on the key icon in the dialogue box that pops up. Now, if does not work you can head over to chrome settings, passwords and then check passwords. This will allow you to check all vulnerable passwords and will also be able to fix them instantly.

Apart from this, you will also be able to make changes to all user and passwords from the same place. This feature is made available to the desktop and iOS users and will soon make it to Android.

And then there is also the Incognito Screenshot via which Chrome v88 Beta allows one to take screenshot feature to the incognito mode. The incognito-screenshot flag allows you to take screenshots while browsing in the incognito window. However, it is not enabled by default and hence, you will can manually enable it in the settings menu.

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