Sunday, 13 April 2014

Google Chrome 34 Without Voice Command

Google Chrome 34
The latest version of Google's browser comes with almost all the features provided as they promised earlier. Google has released the final version of Chrome 34. It is available for Mac, Windows, and Linux; the latest version of this browser brings you the most awaited integration beta features, and fixes a number of vulnerabilities. But one of the prominent speech command "Google OK" is missing.

It was available in the beta on the U.S. version of the browser, to control or launch Google chrome, without clicking, search by voice. It was withdrawn without any elaboration from Google. The rest of the features in the beta version are present in the final version. Images are responsive, for example, that allow developers to assign via 'srcset' different sizes to a single image, depending on the resolution of the screen on the device used.

A clear loading time gain of the page and readability of websites on mobile devices are clearly visible. Another feature expected is the integration of audio by the corresponding tag, without prefix. The trouble to specify the attributes of a file to its Chrome browser alone and the same standard tag also work well for Firefox and Google's browser, through the implementation of standardized Web Audio API. The rest is mainly the introduction of new extension APIs, and adapted on the Modern UI version of Windows 8 interface

However, there remained a long beta feature. It is possible to import user profiles with their own permissions and synchronization between all devices. A new beta tested since version 32, which allows beginners to create user profiles required for supervision in Chrome. It is possible for the “supervisor" to take a look at the navigation as well as restrictions on certain sites now. Also in the series "Chrome - you - take - the - hand”, The Register notes with relish a new feature related to auto fill passwords.

Even with a site which is disabling auto-fill passwords; Chrome 34 can propose to fill them automatically. Ignoring the option ' autocomplete = off' HTML code of a website. A decision justified by the desire to encourage users to create complex passwords which are more difficult to override, but also more difficult to remember.

According to the developers, to allow the user are allowed to automatically record the passwords because of its complexity. Finally, 31 vulnerabilities have been blocked on the latest version of the browser, including 19 considered important. The submission of these bugs fixed in Chrome 34 allowed their discoverers won 28,000 dollars in all.

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