Google Chrome has not been innovating for some time, but it adds features that have been running for some time in other browsers. Of course, this is not a bad thing – in the end we want to have everything at hand, instead of jumping on browsers depending on what we do. Another new program from Google drew from Microsoft Edge.
The company’s browser from Redmond has a card preview function – if we hit one of them, we will be able to see its contents in a miniature window. Two new flags in Chrome Canary suggest that Google also wants to have this option. After activating the Tab Hover Cards flag (chrome://flags/# tab-hover-cards), the browser on hovering will display a popup window with information about it. Tab Hover Card Images flag (chrome://flags /# tab-hover-card-images) should display a thumbnail of the page content. The second option, however, does not work yet.
Of course Canary is an early development version and the functions here are right to be unfinished. We suspect that the work on the card preview is still going on and will still work on the browser’s yellow banner, and in the future will also go to a stable version.
It seems that after many visual changes, Google decided to help Chrome a little. And starts with cards – the first function of their grouping, and now additionally the ability to preview. These are really convenient and useful solutions. These are the things we require from the browser.
You can download Google Canary from – > https://www.google.com/chrome/canary/