When an update has just brought an important load of Announcements, the next one hardly does the same: at that point, if anything, it is necessary to file imperfections. And this is also the case with Chrome Beta 101, albeit with some minor changes.
What stands out is the presence on the desktop of a password manager in testing phase that allow you to associate your passwords with NoteTo test this new feature you need to enable the following flag: “chrome: // flags / # password-notes“. Then just restart the browser, et voilà.
This novelty is the only one visible on the surface. All the other changes are behind the scenes: now there is a window height option that optimizes loading algorithms, and one thanks to which websites can forget about previously connected USB devices.
Furthermore, on the developer front, with Chrome Beta 101 comes the possibility of exploiting the new “Priority Hints” (ie suggestions for priority), thus being able to see which resources of a site the browser currently assigns priority to, thus obtaining an overview clearer and more control.