As promised in October, Google has ditched Chrome's desktop notification center in its latest update, released today. The company first introduced the center back in 2013 and updated it with...
huh ? there was a notification center in chrome ? ok.
Never even knew it was there.
I used it... Instead of removing it, how about you instead make it better and more functional? Damn it. Just FYI, it was a bell-shaped icon in your taskbar. If you clicked it, you would get certain info that you would get if you view the Google Now page on your phone. I used it to help track packages, G+ notifications, and get quick info on weather.
Oooh so that's what they're on about. I've just checked my task bar and it's still there, so it's not been removed yet.
i think this says more about google plus than anything else
Chrome is a bad designed software that's why i use firefox for years.
chrome is the most popular web browser currently running. Firefox and both are running succesfully and both are of a particular kind. there's no competition.
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