Google Chrome and soon Microsoft Edge, includes a very practical function: a QR code generator in a few clicks to share a link to a webpage.
Web browsers are constantly enriched with the most practical functions from version to version. Often inspired by popular extensions, these innovations facilitate the work or use of these browsers, which are usually at the core of the application of the PC or smartphone.
Release of version 88 Google Chrome This is a good example. Update Introduces Easy QR Code Generator.
How to generate QR code with Google Chrome
If you have a Chrome OS, macOS or Windows operating system, the latest version of Google Chrome now allows you to easily generate QR code. The latter may be later Scanned by smartphone For example, access a shared webpage. This is very useful.
To use it, nothing could be simpler, just click on the address bar to display the QR code icon or right-click on the page and select “Create a QR code for this page”.
When done, Chrome will show you the QR code you need to scan, or give you the image to download, and then share it with another service, such as Discord.
Microsoft Edge coming soon
Microsoft Edge It has been using the same chromium database as Google Chrome for over a year, so many functions are shared between two browsers. The QR Code Generator will be a part of it because the latest Canary Edge 90 version also incorporates this innovation. We have to be a little more patient to see it coming in a standard version on the Edge page.
The functionality is correct on the Edge, but the generated QR code will no longer use Google Chrome’s popular “Dino”.
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