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Chrome 70 released with Windows web app support and option to disable controversial login

October 17, 2018

Via: The Verge

Chrome 70, the latest version of Google’s browser, is rolling out now on Windows, Mac, and Linux computers. The update sees Google reverse some of the controversial changes it made with the last version, by allowing users to stop the browser from automatically signing into their Google account after logging into one of the search giant’s apps. Chrome 70 also brings support for Progressive Web Apps, or PWAs, on Windows.

It’s rare to see a controversial version of a web browser, but Chrome 69 was exactly that.

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