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Google has released Chrome 74 to the Stable desktop channel, which makes it available now for everyone to download. This version fixes numerous security vulnerabilities and adds new features such as support for reduced motion preferences and feature policy updates. Windows, Mac, and Linux desktop users can update to Chrome 74.0.3729.108  by going to Settings -> Help -> About Google Chrome and the browser will automatically check for the new update and install it if and when available. With Chrome 74 now being promoted to the Stable channel, Chrome 75 is now the Beta version and Chrome 76 is the Canary version. A full list of all changes in this release is available in the Chrome 74 changelog and further details regarding development features can be found on the Google Chrome Developers platform. As spotted by Techdows.com, this feature is being rolled out gradually to all Chrome 74 users. According to Craig, a Chrome community manager, only a small number of users have this feature currently enabled. Feature policies allow web sites to specify what APIs should be available on a web site. For example, a site can specify that it does not want the "geolocation" API to be used on a site or its iframes by specifying a Feature-Policy: header or through attributes on an iframe. Learn more by visiting OUR FORUM.

 

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