Google updated Chrome design to match Windows 11 style

According to online sources, the Google Chrome browser has received an updated design to better match the style of the Windows 11 software platform. Visual changes appeared in one of the latest test builds of Chrome Canary, but to run them, you must activate the corresponding option on the experimental features page.

Image: Windows Latest

Image: Windows Latest

As far as the changes to the look of Chrome for Windows go, there aren’t many at the moment. The developers have updated the design of the context menus that appear when you right-click anywhere in the browser or when you open a menu item. Rounded window corners and drop shadow effects were one of the notable design changes. Also noted is the emergence of an experimental feature, the activation of which makes the browser context menus transparent.

Microsoft recently confirmed that applications using the new design elements will not affect the performance of the operating system. According to the available data, all changes are thoroughly tested for impact on overall performance. This means that the rounded corners of the windows, redesigned menus and other innovations will not slow down the platform.

Image: Windows Latest

Image: Windows Latest

You can try out the new Chrome design now. To do this, you need to download and install the latest version of Canary, on the Chrome: // flags page, activate the Windows 11 Style Menu option and restart the browser. Most likely, these are not the last changes to the look of Chrome, and soon the version of the browser for Windows will have more innovations.


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