Earlier this month, Google released Chrome 90 to the stable channel with improved security, AV1 encoder support, and a few other improvements. As spotted by XDA Developers, Google has now detailed some of the key new features and changes that are going to be rolled out with the next big Chrome update in a post on the Chromium Blog.
With Chrome 91, desktop apps will finally gain read-only access to the clipboard. This will make it possible for users to use clipboard keyboard shortcuts such as Ctrl + C and Ctrl + V for attaching files to an email. If you have Chrome 91 beta installed on your desktop, you can try the feature right now by making your way to chrome://flags and enabling the ‘Clipboard filenames’ flag.
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