Google removed some of the fat from Chrome and decided to remove several options from the context menu that appears when you right-click a tab.
If you want to create a new tab, close all tabs except the In the current version, bookmarks are set for all open tabs and reopening a closed tab for the chop after the developers have noticed that they are not frequent enough were used to justify their existence.
You can now view the changes by downloading the latest version of Chrome Canary (a preview version of the browser intended for developers and anyone looking to try new features first).
BlephantComputer reports that some developers at Google have been removing the Tab context menu for years According to usage data, only 8.92% of users used the menu to reopen the "Closed Tab" option, 6.63% used it, to open a new tab, 2.2% used it to close other tabs, and 0.64% used it to bookmark all the tabs. [1
This is not very intuitive, but we've already seen that Google does not care too much about annoying a few power users. Recently, the decision to disable URLs on the WWW in the Chrome address bar continued, despite protests from users and developers who did not like to receive less information about websites.