Google Chrome beta changes the way you manage cookies and website data

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Google has just released version 96 of its Chrome browser, which appears to be more in line with the Windows 11 user interface. . Or rather a renewal of an existing one.

The new menu places all the site data in one place, so you can easily keep track of which sites store data on your computer. This of course includes cookies. The new site data controls are in the same submenu: Settings> Privacy & Security> Location Settings> View permissions and data stored in files.

With the introduction of the new menu, Google gets rid of the detailed controls of cookies and website data. The reason behind this change is that Google thinks it is the simplest for the main user and is likely to lead to some bad experience on some sites. However, these options are still available to DevTools developers.

Finally, Chrome 97 beta includes WebTransport API support and CSS multimedia queries to check the HDR support status of a given device.

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