Google has released Google Chrome 83 for all supported platforms after the company decided to skip version 82 altogether.
Just as expected from the popular browser that went from 81 version in version 83, the new version is huge and comes with significant improvements in key areas.
First of all, there is a new feature that allows tabs recently announced by Google itself that allows us to better organize active tabs in the browser.
With this new feature, you can create groups of tabs with different names and colors by simply right-clicking on them.
Today's update also includes a redesigned user interface (UI) for privacy and security settings in the PC version of Google Chrome. Google seems to be trying to make browser settings much simpler.
The cookie settings page, and the clearing of the browsing data have been rearranged into some options for a more intuitive approach.
In the new version you will also see a new puzzle icon at the top, which basically gives you more details about the information that browsers have access to when loading a site. Of course, there are options for managing extensions and controlling the data that the websites you visit can access.
Google Chrome 83 is also the first version of the browser that blocks third-party cookies in incognito mode, but allows users to access specific sites with a single click on the special icon in the address bar.
The new version brings 38 security fixes, of which at least 4 have been characterized as high severity.
Google has once again paid thousands of dollars in bounties to find security vulnerabilities in this version of the browser. For example, he paid at least $ 20.000 for a use after free bug discovered by researcher Woojin Oh.
All of the above features are part of a slow release, which means that Google is gradually making them available to Chrome 83 users.