Tech company Google is going to update the 'Safety Check' feature in the web browser Google Chrome. This feature will now automatically check security in the background for the privacy and safety of the users.
According to the new Google Chrome update, if any password of the user saved in Chrome is tampered with or someone tries to break it or uses it in another device, then this feature will alert you by sending an automatic notification. . This update has been made to keep the user's online accounts secure.
The company said that it is improving the safety check feature of Google Chrome. After the new update, this feature will remain active in the background and if it detects any security flaw, it will inform the users about it. Till now users had to activate this feature.
Google's Safety Check feature also keeps an eye on those websites which the user had previously given permission and no longer uses. This feature will automatically remove access from all such websites and will also inform the user about it, so that the data remains safe.
Apart from safety check, the company is working on many new features for Google Chrome users. In this, soon users will be able to save grouped tabs. With this, they can be easily used in different devices. The company can roll out this feature in a few weeks.
Its advantage will be that if users access it from any other device, they will not need to open new tabs and they will be able to start working from where they had earlier left on the desktop.
Memory saver mode has been expanded to make Chrome run smoothly on desktop. It provides detailed information about a tab's memory usage and informs users whether a website should be 'always active.'
The company has said that it will also provide Gemini Artificial Intelligence (AI) features in the browser from next year, so that the experience can be further improved. The company had recently launched Gemini.