Google Chrome and Edge in a few tweets with right click

Microsoft and Microsoft work together to improve Progressive Web Apps or PWA, and according to a new report, one of the features coming in a new version of the programs είναι οι προσαρμοσμένες ενέργειες στα jumplists.

Στα Windows 10, τα jumplists επιτρέπουν στους to right-click a taskbar icon and to run specific actions faster without opening the entire user interface of an application.

Για παράδειγμα, ένα δεξί κλικ στο εικονίδιο του Microsoft (Chromium) επιτρέπει στους χρήστες να ξεκινήσουν ένα νέο παράθυρο ή ένα ιδιωτικό παράθυρο ή να φορτώσουν έναν επιλεγμένο ιστότοπο από το μενού του jumplist.

PWAs have become more common in work and especially in Windows 10 since the function helps to deal with the lack of applications from the Microsoft Store.

Microsoft is betting on PWAs in the future and this is one reason why the θέλει να βελτιώσει την υποστήριξη στα προγράμματα περιήγησης Chromium.

TheWindowsClub reported a feature that currently exists in Chromium-based browsers that will essentially allow custom action by jumplists.

For example, its users and could tweet directly from the jumplist, while PWAs via email could allow new messages to be posted.

The same goes for WhatsApp PWA, which with such a feature could make it possible to send messages with a jumplist option.

It looks like this feature will be added to Google Chrome 85 for the first time and Microsoft Edge will get it soon.
We do not know at this time when Edge could adopt this feature. The Best Technology Site in Greecefgns

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