Google Chrome 88 is now available to everyone (change log)

After months of testing, Google released Chrome 88 to the mainstream.

The update introduces a number of new features and improvements, including an improved dark mode, search via tabs and more.

See the change log below:

Improved support for dark themes.

Dark mode now applies to scroll bars on multiple internal pages, including Settings, Bookmarks, History, New Tab Page, and more.

Deprecated FTP support

You can no longer use Chrome as an FTP client – ftp: // addresses are no longer supported

Google claims that this is an unencrypted legacy protocol that very few people use.

End of support for Mac OS X Yosemite

Chrome 88 marks the end of support for Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite. Now MacOS users will need at least OS X 10.11 El Capitan or newer.

End of support for the legacy browser add-on

The feature was first retired in Chrome 85 and with Chrome 88, Google will disable all installed instances of add-ons.

Less intrusive authorization requests

Google is testing less intrusive permission requests, which don’t cover the website …

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