Google Chrome. Although RAM is a hungry monster, Google Chrome is one of the most popular web browsers in the market. This is largely due to the sequence of its useful features and extensions. Now, according to a new confirmation, Google Chrome will soon bring a new “Tab Search” feature to desktop users.
So, if you are someone like me who opens many tabs while working, you and I are in luck. This feature allows users to search for tabs using keywords. So, managing tabs with this feature will be much easier.
According to the report, Google is bringing this feature to end users very soon. For now, the #tab search feature is labeled # Enable-Tab-Search behind the flag.
Users need the Canary version of Google Chrome to enable the now unpublished feature. If you do not know what it is, it’s like a beta version of Chrome designed for developers, and the option for a “tab search” feature is currently available there.
Now, remember, even if you enable the feature from Chrome flags, it is still not available for use. Microsoft has not implemented this feature in the latter.
The “Tab Search” feature will first come to Chrome OS users in the future. Other sites such as Windows, Linux, and macOS will get the feature later with the update.