The tech giant Google’s well-known web browser, of course, Google Chrome is the most popular browser in the world. The tech giant Google has been providing it with the best features while trying to ensure the best performance.
One of the new features, already announced by the tech giant Google for the version 64 and 65, with this new version of the browser it will bring a built-in Adblock to block automatic redirects and abusive ads.
There are certainly users who like when they access one site the same redirects to another. According to recent information from the tech giant Google, this type of behavior will be blocked by the browser, transparently to the user.
In addition, the new Google Chrome browser will also detect abusive ads and simply it will block them. These will be the first two measures to be implemented in the coming months.
After that, the tech giant Google will begin blocking a type of redirect that acts as a reverse pop-up style: Instead of clicking and displaying an ad, the current site will redirect to an ad, while the link you tried to open will appear in a new separator.
Finally, the browser will also block new windows when visitors click on invisible overlays or advertisement links disguised as buttons, such as video playback controls.
The first two new features come with Chrome 64 and 65. The third change will take effect in January. The tech giant Google has released a tool called the Abusive Experience Report that will allow developers to see if their sites are compatible. If a site has any inconsistency, then it will take 30 days before Chrome starts blocking the site from opening new tabs and windows.
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