A new build of Chrome OS for Windows 10 will come with a handful of new features and a couple of new additions.
According to a new Windows 10 build that has been uploaded to Microsoft’s Developer Hub, the update will also add a new web proxy to Chrome OS, the default web proxy for Google Chrome OS.
The proxy will be an added feature that allows users to use a local web server to access a web page without a proxy.
When the proxy is enabled, the user will be able to view the contents of the webpage via the web browser without a dedicated proxy.
If the user chooses to use the proxy to view a page, the proxy will keep a cached copy of the page, allowing the user to access the cached page later.
It also enables users to request pages that are being blocked by a proxy, as opposed to the current default of the web proxy blocking all requests.
This feature will be available in the Developer Preview builds for Windows and for Windows Phone, as well as for other devices.
A few other new features in the build include: The update will be made available as a free update on March 22, 2018.