Google today released the official version of Chrome 74 for all platforms, covering Windows, Mac, Linux, Android and iOS.
For Windows 10 users, the most powerful change in Chrome 74 is the dark mode that supports the sync system.
Some other changes include the addition of text prompts next to the icon after “Private Browsing” is enabled, the system-level reduced animation settings can be recognized and the web page is notified to follow the execution, and the new tag request from the web page is never allowed after the web page is closed.
In addition, the official version of Chrome 75 will be released on June 4, the first beta version will debut on May 2.
The data shows that the Chrome browser has more than 1 billion users worldwide.