Fact: Chrome rules.

With a massive two-thirds of the world's browser user share – a measurement of browser activity calculated monthly by analytics vendor Net Applications – Google's Chrome has no peer in popularity.

So when Chrome speaks, people listen. That holds true for whatever moves Google makes with each browser upgrade – something Computerworld details in the What's in the latest Chrome update? series – and in what it plans to do in the future.

[ Further reading: Google's Chromium browser explained ]

With each update, Google publishes a set of release notes aimed at enterprises. In those release notes, the company highlights some of the upcoming additions, substitutions, enhancements and modifications planned for its browser._

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