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Google Chrome 77 Lets you send Web-pages to your other devices

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If you are a Google Chrome user here is good news for you. Version 77 of Google Chrome comes with some improvements, along with one particular feature, that is going to be useful for a lot of people who work on multiple devices.

The Google Chrome 77 version allows users to send any webpage directly to get other devices in a single click.

Google has been offering these features of continuing your work on another device, the feature was buried in the history section of Google Chrome from where you can access web pages that were opened on other devices.

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Bhajan new feature of sending web pages directly to other devices is pretty useful in different use cases.

Suppose you have found a long-form content that you want to read on your mobile you can simply send it to your mobile device, and you will be getting a push notification on your mobile, which you can tab anytime to open in Chrome for Android and read it.

How to send web pages to other devices

If you are using Google Chrome on your Windows PC, Macbook, Chromebook, all you have to do is click on the address bar to find the PC icon.

Once you get the PC icon, you get the list of all the devices you have signed into, using your Google account. You can then send the particular web page to that device.

Earlier, I had the option of sending webpages to another device in the settings area of Google Chrome. Although, this new way of sharing web pages to other devices is quick and easy.

The Google Chrome 77 version brings many other small improvements and one feature is particularly helpful to the Publishers, as the browser now supports lazy loading natively.

The publishers and webmasters can apply this feature on their website to make their web pages load faster.

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