It is one of the latest innovations in the browser, which has been updated to version 41.
In Chrome 52, the new feature has been integrated in the toolbar and now it can be enabled in the “barcode scanner” section.
The new feature will let you open your browser with a QR code from a barcode that has been scanned by the barcode reader and can be easily opened in other browsers.
If you have been using the scanner in Firefox for a while, you can enable the scanner for the first time by visiting the “Options” menu in the top right corner of the browser window.
It is not a feature that will come as a surprise to many, but it is worth noting that the scanner can be turned on even without using a QR scanner.
In order to activate the feature, just click the bar code scanner icon in the lower-right corner of your browser window and select “Scan QR codes” from the pop-up menu.
This will scan your QR code into your browser’s QR code barcode and display it in a new tab or window.
The QR code is then automatically converted to an image of your choice for easy reading and printing, and will be automatically displayed on the screen when you close the browser.
If the scanner is enabled in Chrome 52 and the QR code scanner is turned on, it is recommended that you turn on the scanner when you get a new QR code, as this will allow the QRcode to be recognized by the browser as a valid QR code.
The QR codes that will be scanned can be found in the QR codes section of the QR reader or in the Google Authenticator app.
You can use the QR Code Scanner in Chrome 56 to scan your barcode in Chrome and other browsers and save it on your computer.
This feature is not available in Firefox.