First on the list is Google Chrome will now detect if any browser settings have been changed without user’s consent and will offer to revert to the way things were before. There are few installers out there that will ask to change homepage or default search engine or the ones that do it without any interference. In such instances, Google Chrome will observe these and the next time you open the browser; it will ask you to revert back to the original settings.
You can also reset your profile settings at any time by visiting chrome://settings/resetProfileSettings.
Next, Google Chrome for Windows will now have an Antivirus of some sorts built-in which will prompt users to remove any suspicious or harmful program from your PC and will alert you to uninstall the program. Google has worked with ESET to utilize its detection engine for this feature to work. But the company was quick to clarify that this isn’t a traditional antivirus feature. However, this new feature might replace the Cleanup desktop feature which also has similar functionality.