The web browser I only use when accessing Google tools, or Amazon.
For everything else, I use Firefox + NoScript + uBlock Origin, or Brave.
Your sandbox ? As far as I'm concerned, you're in my sandbox.
For Chrome 117, Google has expanded the browser's Developer Tools, aka DevTools, with 16 new features – the largest capability jump since Chrome 91 surfaced in 2021. In an announcement on Tuesday, technical writer Sofia Emelianova detailed the bounty of added browser complexity for the benefit of web devs, who can be forgiven …
"Since Chrome 108, Google has been bringing back the prerendering of web pages that a Chrome user is deemed likely to visit. Much like speculative execution in CPU microarchitecture – the source of a few security issues – the idea is to fetch and load web resources before they're needed to save time."
Isn't this just a (blatant) method of increasing advertisement "link-through" stats?