Google’s new Chrome 88 update improves dark mode, removes FTP and Adobe Flash

Google’s new Chrome 88 update improves dark mode, removes FTP and Adobe Flash


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Google is releasing a new version of Chrome this week that will improve its dark mode support, alongside removing FTP and Adobe Flash support. The dark mode improvements can be found on both Windows and Chrome OS. There are refinements to both the light and dark modes in Chrome OS, with the themes updated for the app launcher, quick settings, and shelf parts of Chrome OS.

How To Geek also reports that the Windows 10 dark mode is improved with Chrome 88, with scroll bars finally appearing dark. Unfortunately, these are currently limited to the settings, bookmarks, history, and new tab pages of Chrome 88 and not across all websites with dark themes.

Elsewhere, Google is also removing some old web technology in Chrome 88. The File…

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