Google Chrome's newest update is one we've been waiting for. That's right: Muting autoplaying videos by default.

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As Mashable explains, with the update, you'll no longer have to manually mute sites that autoplay videos with sound. So, the videos will still play, but there'll be no sound.

But, the tech source explains that the exception are sites that you've “previously shown an interest in media,” you know, like YouTube.

Recently, details about Google's new Gmail redesign have leaked, which reportedly includes a feature that would allow you to set a self-destruction timer on emails, among other new features.

Google is looking out for us—and we're all about it.