New Delhi, Jan 28 (ANI): Google has launched a new Chrome update that allows users to permanently mute websites containing autoplay videos. This comes after the latest revamp of Google's Chrome web browser. Certain videos tend to pop up while browsing that begins without pressing the 'play' button and often plays with audio. This has been flagged as a cause of concern by many, as involuntary audio can be disturbing, especially when a user is browsing at a public library, meeting or other such situations. The new version of Chrome will be available on Windows, Mac, and Linux. It lets users permanently mute such websites that autoplay videos. To mute a site that automatically plays videos, users may click the 'View Site Information' symbol appearing on the left-hand edge of the omnibar - the address bar combined with the Google search box. After this, they can select the 'Sound' option. Once the website is muted, it will not automatically play videos with sound again until un-muted.