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Google working to include native Windows 10 notifications in Chrome

The current popular Internet browsers have become basic needs in almost any computer, either desktop or mobile since today we spend much of our time connected to the Internet.

Therefore, in the market, we can find many alternatives to use in this regard, but for now, the undisputed leader is the proposal of the search giant with Chrome. However, and as has been more than demonstrated, at the moment Google has not been very supportive of pushing your web browser to the official store of Windows 10, the Microsoft Store. In fact, until now the company itself has tried to stay somewhat away from the UWP concept, but it could be that things start to change soon.

We say this because, given the increasing use and market penetration of Windows 10, Google will not have another option but to accept at least some of the features offered by Microsoft’s operating system. One of them is the notification system since Google is currently considering adding support for these Windows 10 native notifications in a future Chrome update.


There ‘s no official confirmation about all this, but thanks to a post on the tracking system of errors of Chrome, it is revealed that the browser is getting a new flag test that would enable notifications Windows.

Chrome will include native Windows 10 notifications

Google is working on the implementation of Windows 10 native notifications in your browser. This will allow the user to be able to use these native Windows notifications, instead of Chrome’s own. In principle, it is thought that these could also be offered in Windows 8.1, although it has not yet been confirmed.

In this way, by integrating this compatibility with Windows 1 0 notifications in the Chrome browser, Google will also take the application to the Operations Center of the operating system itself. However, this is something that will still take a while to reach the whole world, since the new feature needs to go through all the development channels of the browser as such.