The Microsoft Loves Chromium Effect: Chrome to Get Improved Windows 10 Support
Microsoft giving up on EdgeHTML and moving Microsoft Edge to Chromium, the same engine that powers Google Chrome, has substantially changed Google’s perspective over Windows 10.
Living proof is none other than the plethora of features that Google is working on bringing to Windows 10 users in the Chrome browser.
Most recently, ChromeStory came across evidence indicating that Chrome would soon get support for Windows 10 system styling settings for video captions.
Closed captions in Windows 10 are an accessibility feature that allows users to read the words that are spoken in the audio track of a video running on the computer. Closed captions can be customized with a wide variety of options, including colors, transparency, style, size, and effects.
And by the looks of things, Google Chrome will soon respect these settings and use them whenever they are detected on a Windows 10 dev… (read more)