With almost 70% of the world’s browser user share — a measure of browser activity calculated by analytics company Net Applications — Google’s Chrome has led the rankings for more than four years. Rivals, from Microsoft’s Edge to Mozilla’s Firefox, survive on single-digit shares that pose no threat to Chrome.
So, it’s no surprise that Chrome’s changes have an outsized impact. Attention is paid to Google’s plans by everyone from individual users and IT admins to competitors and open-source allies.
Each Chrome upgrade is accompanied by enterprise-centric release notes that highlight some of the additions, deletions, enhancements and modifications slated for the future. We’ve collected the most important for this refresh of Computerworld‘s latest what’s-coming round-up.