Published: Thu, April 19, 2018
Sci-tech | By Eric Barnett

Microsoft releases Windows Defender Browser Protection extension for Chrome

Microsoft releases Windows Defender Browser Protection extension for Chrome

Google Chrome, on the other hand, stopped 87% of intrusions, according to the report.

It's no secret that most people switch to Google Chrome, and the market share is the living confirmation in this regard. Full access to bug details and links are still kept secret until a majority of users are updated with a fix.

Luckily for you Microsoft has released a version of Windows Defender for Google Chrome, called Windows Defender Browser Protection.

The outcome of that arrangement is that blocks of memory should not contain data from more than one web page, making it less likely that Spectre-style exploits could find something useful in RAM. "However, one of the most frequent user concerns is unexpected media playback, which can use data, consume power, and make unwanted noise while browsing", Google software engineer Mounir Lamouri wrote in a post previous year.

Auto-muting is definitely a much needed addition. It's just not a web browser app but a whole new platform to explore.

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On the desktop, websites that a user frequently actively watches video on will be allowed to autoplay videos with sound, as ranked by Google new Media Engagement Index (MEI).

The latest version of Chrome also adds the ability to export passwords in plain text to a CSV file.

Chrome got another boost in security, but this time from an unlikely place: Microsoft.

Of course, the update is quite useful for everyone. With the update, you should no longer experience any auto-playing videos, which should include advertisements.

However, while these might seem harsh for content-heavy websites, Google is introducing new changes that will potentially save users tons of bandwidth. That even means YouTube videos shouldn't immediately play when loaded in a new tab, though this wasn't always the case in our testing. The browser is now more secure than the previous edition. Chrome 66 also brings new features for developers as well as overall security improvements.

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