Google confirmed past year that it is incorporating the adblocker into its Chrome web browser to help improve the user experience in an effort to combat annoying and intrusive online advertisements. The feature, which was expected to arrive in Chrome 64 in January, finally arrived in Chrome 66, which in now available for download.
Apart from blocking autoplaying videos, Chrome 66 will include a small percentage trial of Site Isolation, which improves Chrome's security and helps mitigate risks posed by Spectre.
Some users might start getting the update in Chrome's built-in updater, but this doesn't seem to be happening for everyone right away.
This is in fact the most annoying feature one could ever come acrross while exploring a new website through the browser.
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The only exceptions are videos that Google believes the individual user is interested in.
That means users will no longer be bombarded with unwanted audio from videos when browsing with Chrome. That is so because Google has enforced some new policies on when media can autoplay.
Google also included a tool for exporting your saved passwords into an CSV file. Users can go to Settings and Advanced options and click on Manage Passwords.
If you don't see the Chrome 66 update just yet, don't panic.