The company made good on that promise this week. "[We] heard feedback that certain functionality was dearly missed," said SarahMM, who was identified as a Google employee, in a message posted Wednesday to a Chrome support forum. "We've made changes; in Chrome 34 you will see a return of the arrow buttons to scrollbars, the ability to once again auto-hide the app shelf in Windows 8 mode, and more consistency in UI design of text boxes."
People who haven't tried Google's desktop browser can download Chrome 34 for Windows, OS X and Linux from Google's website. Current users can let the automatic updater download and install the new version
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