Chrome On Windows Starts Warning More Users Against Incompatible Apps
Google Chrome is much easy and efficient to use and is widely preferred over other web browsers. Google has taken a variety of steps to improve their services to its users and gain user satisfaction.
But lately, the company has been facing issues with Chrome Extensions from third-party websites. These Chrome Extensions from third-party websites are said to be delusive and provides wrong information. As an end result to stop this, now Google has announced of blocking out extensions from third-party websites. This blocking feature is expected to arrive this year with the release of Google Chrome 71.
Extensions Platform Product Manager, James Wagner explained Extensions first published on June 12, 2018, or later, that attempt to call the chrome.webstore.install() function will automatically redirect the user to the Chrome Web Store in a new tab to complete the installation
This decision by the company has led developers no choice but to remove their extensions from Chrome and no longer will they be able to upload their creations into Chrome.
Google says this to be one of its steps for the upcoming days were Chrome will be a much safe and secure platform.