Google has started to roll-out 59 Chrome, the new browser version that integrates numerous innovations in the field of security with dozens of vulnerabilities resolved. The most obvious on the graphical plan is the new screen of the Settings, which earns with the latest release of the material design. The browser has received the style of Big G now several versions, however the delivery of the new UI has been progressive between the different sections of the program.
The new screen will get a colored bar at the top that contains a search bar. Your browser settings remain the usual course, however, the individual elements are now spaced more prominently within specific frames. A menu marked by three sandwich lines you access to different micro-sections: People, Appearance, Bot, Browser Default, among those for all users, and Advanced.
This last section does not need much explanation: they are the most extensive options and delicate browser, ranging from download password management, through privacy, printing and security. The Material Design brings a much better appearance than ever before and a greater order of the various sections, but users accustomed to graphic old may need a short adjustment period before you feel more at home.
In addition to the new UI for settings, Chrome 59 supports the so-called “headless mode” for browser tester, which can now load specific parts of the browser (eg engine) not launch any software. The automated scripts can initiate certain actions without the interface mode, record and report what they found inside test. This way you can analyze your errors in the code.
The latest release also brings support for animated PNG and use a lower system memory amount. Although Chrome 59 is available now on Windows, MacOS and Linux (those who have not yet received the update can force the settings), Android will come only during the course of next week.