The worst part of the experience, perhaps, is the audio. You're listening to your Spotify list when the sound of an explosion from a random Hollywood disaster movie bursts into your ears, and you have to frenetically chase the Chrome tab responsible for the noise. 

In order to at least partly solve the autoplay video problem, and make Chrome more user-friendly, Google wants to give control over audio back to users.  Read more...

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Google Chrome will turn off autoplay videos with sound to improve your browsing experience

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It's not a secret that nowadays our browsing experience can be extremely frustrating due to those autoplay videos which suddenly pop up on the page and don't want to go away, even if you try to scroll down. 

The worst part of the experience, perhaps, is the audio. You're listening to your Spotify list when the sound of an explosion from a random Hollywood disaster movie bursts into your ears, and you have to frenetically chase the Chrome tab responsible for the noise. 

In order to at least partly solve the autoplay video problem, and make Chrome more user-friendly, Google wants to give control over audio back to users.  Read more...

More about Google, Google Chrome, Autoplay Videos, Autoplay Sound, and Tech

The worst part of the experience, perhaps, is the audio. You're listening to your Spotify list when the sound of an explosion from a random Hollywood disaster movie bursts into your ears, and you have to frenetically chase the Chrome tab responsible for the noise. 

In order to at least partly solve the autoplay video problem, and make Chrome more user-friendly, Google wants to give control over audio back to users.  Read more...

More about Google, Google Chrome, Autoplay Videos, Autoplay Sound, and Tech'>
, ,

Google Chrome will turn off autoplay videos with sound to improve your browsing experience

TwitterFacebook

It's not a secret that nowadays our browsing experience can be extremely frustrating due to those autoplay videos which suddenly pop up on the page and don't want to go away, even if you try to scroll down. 

The worst part of the experience, perhaps, is the audio. You're listening to your Spotify list when the sound of an explosion from a random Hollywood disaster movie bursts into your ears, and you have to frenetically chase the Chrome tab responsible for the noise. 

In order to at least partly solve the autoplay video problem, and make Chrome more user-friendly, Google wants to give control over audio back to users.  Read more...

More about Google, Google Chrome, Autoplay Videos, Autoplay Sound, and Tech
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