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How to Enable Google Chrome’s New UI/UX on Windows 10 and Windows 11
August 29, 2023
Google Chrome is set for a significant design refresh. The new design is called“Chrome 2023 refresh”and is expected to ship later this year. Google’s new design is officially called “refresh” and does not dramatically change the browser’s interface. Your favourite features, buttons or options aren’t moving anywhere. Google is not changing anything but updating sharp corners with rounded corners, adding colours to some buttons, and more. Google’s Chrome refresh aligns the browser with Google’s material and Windows 11’s Mica effect.
What is the new UI/UX of Google Chrome?
Google Chrome is getting a major design refresh in 2023. The new UI/UX is more modern and streamlined, with a focus on simplicity and clarity. Some of the key changes include:
⦁ A new tab bar that is more compact and easier to use.
⦁ A new toolbar that is cleaner and more organized.
The settings menu has been streamlined for a better user experience:
⦁ Click on the three dots, then select “Settings.”
⦁ Explore the categorized settings that are now more straightforward to navigate.
⦁ Take advantage of the integrated search bar to quickly find specific settings.
In the world of web browsing, change is the constant that keeps things exciting, and Google Chrome’s new UI/UX for Windows 10 and 11 is a testament to that evolution. By following these simple steps, you’ve unlocked a more visually captivating, user-friendly, and efficient way to explore the online realm.