Google Chrome’s password safety tool now runs automatically in the background

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Kathmandu: Google’s Safety Check feature in Chrome checks to see if your saved passwords have been leaked. Now, the company has informed through a blog post that the feature will be operated automatically in the background of Chrome on the desktop.

In this way, when you check regularly, you will get password warnings faster than before and you can change them immediately. Safety Check will also look for malicious extensions and site permissions to consider, and you can activate the Safety Check alert from Chrome’s three-dot menu.

Apart from this, Google said that the safety check will also revoke the permission taken by the website that you have not visited for a certain time. Google has also announced upcoming features for Chrome’s tab groups.

With the help of this feature on the desktop, Chrome will give you the facility to save tab groups, which you can use from other devices as well. This will make it easier to work between your computer at home and the laptop you take with you.

According to Google, this feature will be released within the next few weeks. The company has also announced that the feature based on the new AI model Gemnai will be available in Chrome at the beginning of the new year.

Also, the CEO of the company, Sundar Pichai, has already said that Gemniai will come to Chrome, but he is also curious about how it will be in practice. 

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