Final version of Chrome 23 includes function “no trace”
Finally, Google added the option “no trace” to Chrome after Microsoft and Mozilla will include in their respective browsers. The version 23 of the browser includes this protocol, which aims to allow users to choose their data are not recorded by advertising on websites, or through cookies.
Browsers development companies reached an agreement with the White House to implement this function before the year was over.
The update also adds a menu to make some additional choices, such as closing access to the cameras, location information and other details. Additionally, we included hardware graphics acceleration for video to Windows users. The GPU consumes less than the CPU, so the graphics acceleration such help increase battery life, according to Google.
Link: Longer battery life and permissions Easier website (Google Chrome Blog)Tags: browser, Chrome, do not track, Google, no trace