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Google Chrome starts blocking autoplay videos based on preferences

alexeyboldin / 123RF Your days when you're scared of a video that seems to be playing from scratch in your browser will soon end. In the last update (which leads us to Google Chrome 66), Google Chrome has begun to block automatically playing videos based on your preferences. This could reduce the frequency with which you must mute your computer …

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Google Chrome is starting to block autoplay videos based on your preferences

Google Chrome has automatically started to block autoplay videos based on user preferences, with the browser learning which to stop and which to allow. According to Google, the new policy will block about half of the unwanted autoplay videos. Kimihiro Hoshino | AFP | Getty Images ) Google Chrome automatically blocks autoplay videos based on user preferences. This approach improves …

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Chrome changes when video auto-play is disabled

Google's search for autoplay videos with sound has been a confusing affair over the past year. But last month, Chrome went all the way, and by default, mute the automatic play of videos on websites. Now Google is changing the way its mute system works … In a blog post on Thursday, the Chrome team announced that the latest version …

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Chrome 66 for Mac ships with the restrictions on saved password export and media autoplay

After iOS this afternoon, Chrome 66 for Mac is introduced with several user-oriented features and policy changes. This includes the behavior of new media autoplay, password export, and other security changes. In January 2009, Chrome, with version 64, allowed users to mute audio for individual websites to make playback more consistent. Google will continue this effort with new guidelines that …

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Chrome 66 is introduced on Mac, Windows, Linux with media autoplay restrictions, password export

Chrome 66 is being introduced today on Mac, Windows and Linux with a number of user-oriented features and policy changes that have been developed in recent months. This includes the behavior of new media autoplay, blocking third-party software, and other security changes. Nintendo Switch In January 2013, Chrome's version 64 enabled users to mute audio for individual websites, making playback …

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