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Submitted by Vyralize 735d ago | news

Can’t find browser tab with noisy music? Google Chrome has a solution

Vyralize: How many times have we visited sites that have music set to autoplay without our permission? Sometimes finding it could be a chore, but Google Chrome will soon have an answer for that. (Google Chrome, Software)

Vyralize  +   735d ago
This is cool! Hate browsing those porn *cough cough* I mean educational sites and hearing unwanted audio.
fatstarr  +   734d ago
disable flash and set it on click to activate makes the internet a beautiful place.
mcroddi  +   734d ago
Nice, I HATE HATE the autplay music
FaSCoRP  +   734d ago
Yeah, hate it too, mostly for holiday places or kitchen furniture :|
SilentNegotiator  +   734d ago
Just use AdBlock Plus and go nuts blocking nasty ad servers if it bothers you.
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hesido  +   734d ago
Sometimes the sh**ty site itself plays music.

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