Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOGL) Is Throwing Out Chrome’s New Bookmark Manager

Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOGL) has decided to remove Chrome’s new bookmark manager once and for all.

The internet giant has been making a lot of changes to Chrome, including the recent revamping of the download feature for the browser. The overall aim is to improve user satisfaction and make Chrome’s whole outlook more appealing. Additionally Google is taking the opportunity to make other adjustments that on issues that users have particularly been complaining about.

When the Company introduced the new bookmark manager, towards the end of last year, Chrome users did not take a particular liking to it. It did not appeal in the way that Google thought it would.

 After a few months of not doing anything about it, Google finally decided to remove the bookmark once and for all since it was not helping at all. Chrome users had also complained about it. It came under a lot of scrutinies during Google’s product forums where Chrome users said it was difficult to use and very confusing. For the few months since its introduction, Google did not seem to do much about the complaints.

After doing away with the new bookmark, Google has restored the old version of the browser’s bookmark manager. Chrome users can restore the old bookmark manager by going to Hamburger menu, the same way they do when checking whether the browser is up to date. For those who are not so familiar with it, the settings are on the top right corner of the window and are represented by three lines. After that, the next step is clicking the “about Chrome” prompt. They can then make the changes from there.

Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOGL) is also giving users the option of keeping the new update. The decision was made because some users had already taken a liking to it. The company stated that it would keep working on the bookmark manager to make it better in the future.

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