Remember those times when you are opening a website then suddenly a random sound ruined your music jam? Well, now Google heard its users, as they are finally removing the automatic video playback in the latest version of Chrome.
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The tech giant decided to stop playing videos without the authorization of the user and mute tabs that plays audio. This is a great improvement to Chrome because it is what its users want.
Improvements in this feature will come which is it learns from its users and allow videos to be played back in certain situations. Meaning on the sites where the users are habitually watching or listening to, that’s where videos will automatically playback. And the rest of the website will be suspended and will play only if the user loads the video.
Google will use a list of 1000 known website and its experience as well if you do not have enough history for this action. This feature will come in the next few days so we still have to wait for their updates.