Google just stripped a major feature from Chrome—but it's one you’ll probably never notice is gone, and it's just the latest casualty in the new war on browser bloat.

On Tuesday, Google pushed Chrome 47 to the stable channel, an update that removes the browser’s notification center on Windows, Mac, and Linux. The notification center delivered all kinds of information to your desktop, including package tracking updates, weather, sports scores, and other information typically seen on Google Now. It also saved notifications from Chrome apps in a central spot in case you missed them.

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