Google is working on a new feature that will allow users to disable or enable Chrome extensions on a site-by-site basis.
The Chrome Web Store contains a large number of extensions, but some extensions may cause problems on some websites, and some sites do not allow extensions, such as ad blockers.
Currently, users can only disable or enable extensions for all websites together via browser settings, and they cannot be controlled based on a specific site.
As part of this feature update , Google will also allow users to take advantage of a redesigned list of extensions to enable or disable certain extensions when browsing a specific site.
It is noteworthy that the list of new extensions in the Google Chrome browser is still in very early development, and may not be launched soon at any time.
It should also be noted that Microsoft’s Edge browser allows users to “pause (for add-ons) on this site”, as the company is looking to attract users of its Windows system as well to its browser.
Similar to Chrome users, Apple Safari browser users must enable or disable extensions across all sites to avoid them working on certain sites.
Chrome dominates the desktop web browser market by 66 percent, according to the latest figures from Statcounter, ahead of Edge, which comes in second with 11 percent, and Safari with 9 percent.