Google is working on a new option for its Android web browser.
On Android devices, viewing websites in their desktop version in Google Chrome is nothing new. All you have to do is go to the settings of Google’s web browser and check the ad hoc option. By default, it is so far the mobile version that appears first when visiting a website.
To change this state of affairs, the technological giant, which announces this Monday via a doodle on its search engine to celebrate its 23 years, is working on a new feature. It must allow certain sites to be opened by default in their desktop version and not the one for smartphones, the site has learned. MSPowerUser. “This change must happen in a future update,” reports the specialized site. The option is currently only offered in the Canary version of Chrome, the alpha version of the software which is therefore not yet finalized for the general public. Currently, it does not allow you to specify which sites to open by default in this mode. The option applies to all sites, but that should change soon.