With the imminent launch of Windows 11, the Google company has begun to adapt the new design of Microsoft’s operating system to its Chrome browser, so today we are going to see how we can enable the new Google Chrome interface for Windows 11 and Windows 10.
Google Chrome is one of the most used browsers worldwide, for this reason, the internet search company has decided renew your browser interface, and for this, they have been inspired by the design of Windows 11, which will be officially launched in just 3 days.
This is how you can enable the new Google Chrome interface for Windows 11
As we all know, Microsoft’s new Windows comes with several design changes, so Google has worked on adapting that visual change to its browser, just as the Redmond did also with Microsoft Edge.
Of course, in order to test the new interface of Google Chrome you must have the latest version of Canary, which you can download from the end of this article. The changes that you will see are present in the contextual menus and pop-up menus which already have a rounded style and with a sufficiently wide space.
As we mentioned before, the following procedure only works for the latest version of Canary, but the search engine is working so that all the visual changes also reach the public version of your browser.
- The first thing is to open Google Chrome Canary.
- Then, in the address bar we are going to write the following: chrome : // flags .
- Now, in the search bar at the top of the Experiments page, we type “ Windows 11 “.
- Once you have found it the setting «Windows 11 Style Menus»You just have to activate it and restart the browser.
When the browser has been restarted, you will be able to notice the graphical improvements that Google has introduced in Chrome, which will serve to adapt to the new Windows.
This is how you can enable the new Google Chrome interface for Windows 10
To activate the new Google Chrome interface in Windows 10 you just have to follow the same steps and select the option «Enabled – All Windows Versions«.
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