Do you think you know Google Chrome?

Have you hear about Chrome Flags?

Chrome flags are a way to enable or disable functionality in Chrome that may not be fully implemented, standardized, or that might still be a little buggy. Rather than wait until a feature is fully ready to be released, Google can just disable the functionality by default using a Chrome flag. That means developers and particularly curious end users can opt into experimenting with the cutting edge of the web without everyone else’s browsing experience potentially being negatively affected.

To turn experimental features on or off in Chrome, follow these steps:

  1. Open a new tab or window in Chrome.
  2. Type chrome://flags (or about://flags) in the location bar.
  3. Find the feature or functionality you want to toggle on or off. Note that you can use find in page(control/command + f) to quickly locate a particular feature.
  4. Click on the Enable or Disable link.
  5. Click on the Relaunch Now button at the bottom of the page.

 

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