The internet can be a beautiful place filled with wondrous entertainment and feasts of knowledge, but it's also filled with digital landmines that can go off unexpectedly anytime you click on a link. We're referring, of course, to the dreaded autoplay audio many websites employ, which will without-fail, startle you (and occasionally embarrass you in public).
Fortunately, Google's delivered a godsend by adding a new feature to its Chrome browser that finally allows you to disable autoplay audio for entire sites. That means you can practically banish unwanted screeching ads forever. This is big.