Updated Google Chrome 88 with improved dark mode, but no FTP and Flash support


Last updated on December 8th, 2022 at 02:45 pm

Updated Google Chrome 88 with improved dark mode, but no FTP and Flash support

This week Google began distributing a new version of the popular Chrome browser, which received an improved dark theme and lost support for FTP and Adobe Flash. The changes affected the editions of the web browser for Windows and Chrome OS operating systems.

Chrome 88
Chrome 88

It is reported that in Windows 10, scrollbars in dark mode have finally begun to match the dark design. Unfortunately, at the moment they are only dimmed in browser settings, bookmarks, history, and new tab pages, not on websites.

In addition, Google has decided to remove support for some outdated technologies from the browser. The file transfer protocol FTP, which has been used to transfer data over the Internet for decades, has been officially disabled in the new version of Chrome. The browser also completely lacks support for Adobe Flash, which has been disabled by default for several years. It’s worth noting that Adobe itself buried this technology on December 31, 2020.

Among other things, Google is experimenting with new features for Chrome. These include tabbed searches and less intrusive permission requests from websites. These features can be activated from the flags page using the chrome: // flags / # enable-tab-search and chrome: // flags / # permission-chip commands, respectively.

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