Changing a theme on a browser gives you a new feel but not the entire look will be changing. Do you want to Change Google Chrome User Interface? If yes, Scroll down & Enjoy!
Google Chrome is the most used trusted browser available for all platforms. Changing themes in Chrome is easy enough. By changing the themes, It can’t change a lot. It only changes the background image or color but by this method, It will change the entire looks and UI (User Interface) of the browser which looks interesting and gives the minimal performance. The new UI is materialistic, which is cool. It will enhance your user experience with switching to any other browser. Here, I will explain How to Change Google Chrome User Interface.
How to Change Google Chrome User Interface
Note: For changing the Interface, You will need to install Google Chrome Canary on your PC. As we know, that Chrome testing the features on Canary, So you need to install it on your Windows. It will available for both 32-bit & 64-bit Operating System. This new Materialistic theme is available from Google Chrome Canary V.68.
- At first, Install Google Chrome Canary V.68+, If you already have then updated to the latest version.
- After installation, Open the browser and then open the experimentation settings (under Chrome Flags). By entering this code into the address bar “Chrome://flags”.
- Now, here you need to enter another small code under the search box, by which you can changing the user interface of your Google Chrome. Enter this command “top-chrome-md”.
- Under UI Layout for the Browser’s top, click on the drop-down menu, change the Default UI to the Refresh. By this way, you can change the user interface.
- After choosing the new UI, you’ll need to Relaunch your Browser by just clicking on the Relaunch button.
- That’s it.
Well, the new User Interface is cool. I liked it. I am sure that, Google will launching this feature soon for all by giving an update to the parent browser, which is Google Chrome. What are you thinking about it? Do you want to try the new Google Chrome User Interface on your Windows OS? Let me know in the comment section below.