A week ago Google declared it will stop Chrome and Chrome OS release to manage its balanced work routines because of the coronavirus pandemic. At that point, the organization said that it would work to guarantee current released are as steady as could be allowed and that for the present, it won’t advance Chrome 81 from beta to stable.
As Chrome Unboxed calls attention to, a post a couple of days prior clarifies that the new arrangement is to avoid a milestone release altogether. Director of Technical Program Management Jason Kersey writes in a post the beta channel will stay on variant 81 until 83 is prepared to advance from the development channel, while 82 will avoid its cycle through the procedure altogether. That could mean a previous discharge date then made arrangements for version 83, however, no choice has been made there yet.
Chrome 81 should bring new blended reality highlights and a trial of NFC tie- ins to the program, and HTTPS changes that will expel more established protocols and square some substance in the event that it attempts to stack by means of HTTP on a secure site. About Chromebooks notes Chrome OS highlights foreseen for version 81 that incorporate simpler sideloading of Android Studio applications and an improved Bluetooth pairing setup, however, the entirety of that should pause, and in light of current circumstances.
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