Google gives Chrome its first major facelift since its release in 2008.
This new user interface is easy to spot because it uses a predominantly white color tone along with rounded tabs, a big shift from Chrome's regular grayish UI with angled tabs.
But besides the unignorable new UI, Google engineers also have other surprises for Chrome 69 users.
The one that's most impressive, at least on the security front, is Chrome's new built-in random password generator.
Every time users will focus their cursor inside a password field, Google will generate a random password and offer it to the user. If the user chooses to use it, Chrome will automatically save it in its password store. But be advised, users must be logged into a Google account to use this new Chrome feature.
I'll be checking out the password manager .....
Other new features are, as yet, undisclosed by reviewers.