Google Chrome will simplify the management of permissions for each website

Igor Bonifacic / Engadget

After Google Chrome announced that it would introduce HTTPS-First in Chrome 94, it announced that it would launch a series of update plans. The changes will benefit both Android, Windows, Mac, Linux and Chrome OS versions of the Chrome browser.


Chrome will make it easier to track the permission settings of each website. As long as you click the lock icon next to the address bar as in the picture above, the user can know whether the website has permission to obtain its own location, microphone, camera and other Sensitive information, you can easily activate or deactivate them. In the next few weeks, Google also intends to allow users to delete a browsing history, they said that these updates will be the first to be applied to Android phones or tablets.


Google will also add more Chrome Actions that appeared last year in the desktop version of Chrome. They allow users to enter commands on the address bar to quickly use some functions. As an example, you can enter “delete history” in the address bar to quickly clear the browsing history. Among the newly added commands, “safety check” allows Chrome to restrict suspicious plug-ins and check whether your saved passwords are safe, including whether there are leaks or insufficient password strength. In addition, there are commands such as “manage security settings” and “manage sync” to quickly open the corresponding management page.

In addition, Google will updateWebsite isolation functionMore plug-ins and websites will be protected, and it will also improve the response to phishing attacks. Google also claims that it will be 50 times faster than before, and the power consumption rate will also be improved. Google promises that they will launch the above-mentioned new features in the next few weeks, and users will not have to wait long to see these changes.