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    Google Chrome 64 rolls out with HDR support

    And it can mute autoplay videos, has a refined popup blocker, includes Spectre mitigations.
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    Re: Google Chrome 64 rolls out with HDR support

    Chrome 63 has the mute option as well

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    Re: Google Chrome 64 rolls out with HDR support

    Videos should not autoplay unless you specifically opt-into that, such as youtube.
    Muting video ads isn't enough of a solution.
    They shouldn't be autoplaying at all.

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    Re: Google Chrome 64 rolls out with HDR support

    Mute site rather than the tab is quite good.

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    Re: Google Chrome 64 rolls out with HDR support

    We've had mute for ages now on chrome? Is there something new with how it works or what?

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    Re: Google Chrome 64 rolls out with HDR support

    Quote Originally Posted by ByteMyAscii View Post
    Videos should not autoplay unless you specifically opt-into that, such as youtube.
    Muting video ads isn't enough of a solution.
    They shouldn't be autoplaying at all.
    Exactly! No wonder so many people nowadays have ADHD; all those flashy videos are constantly bombarded into their faces as they browse websites.

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    Re: Google Chrome 64 rolls out with HDR support

    Browsing around the internet you will come across various websites which think they are being modern, or improving your experience, by autoplaying videos.
    Like the hexus CES coverage?

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