Google Brings Back a Chrome Feature It Shouldn’t Have Removed in the First Place
Google Chrome is currently the world’s number one browser on both desktop and mobile, so it makes sense for Google to experiment with all kinds of changes that would eventually improve users’ experience with the app.
However, not all these changes are everyone’s cup of tea, and more recently, the company made the unexpected decision of removing some options from the tab context menu in Google Chrome.
With the release of Chrome 78, the company pulled a bunch of options, including new tab, close other tabs, and bookmark all tabs, most likely in an attempt to simplify the context menu and keep only the tools that are more widely-used.
Unsurprisingly, the latest version of the browser, which is Chrome 78.0.3904.108 brings back one of these features. The “Close other tabs” option in the context menu is back, most likely after the public backlash that happened after the removal took place.
In a <a href="https://bugs.chromium.org/p/chromium/i… (read more)