Chrome, Edge and Firefox version 100 are about to be released: how will these updates affect millions of users without Internet access?
21 February 2022 22:50 GMT
Google and Microsoft are expected to release the next version of their browser in March, while Mozilla will do the same in May.
Major web browsers such as Google Chrome, Edge and Firefox are nearing the 100th update. However, these are newer versions Compromise your compatibility With so many web pages, millions of users are left without access to cyberspace.
According to Agree Developers switching to the next version of the browser – available for Chrome and Edge in March, Firefox for May – bugs or Compatibility issues On some sites, three-digit user agencies are not ready to read strings Similar What happened more than a decade ago, when researchers reached double-digit versions.
The three companies behind the browsers Google, Microsoft and Mozilla are already working hard to solve this problem. As part of the strategy, developers can implement one Hashtag Better than current versions of browsers, it emulates the next update so that they can start testing sites and begin their response to three-digit encryption.
If there are a moderate number of bugs on the site, Mozilla will try to fix them in case of failures. If these are widespread and unmanageable, it will use a flag to disable the browser version on 99, which is similar to the strategy proposed by Google.
According to reports, some sites with high user traffic, including HBO Go, Bethesda and Yahoo, have reported compatibility issues. Faced with this situation, companies have asked Internet users who want to help configure their browsers with a special label and mitigate the potential consequences of reporting any inconvenience in their performance.
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