If you have a Windows 11 computer and use Google Chrome on a daily basis, you may have noticed that Google’s web browser interface is not yet tuned with the new graphics code for Microsoft’s operating system. The main menus, context menus, and pop-ups generated by Chrome do not have the rounded corners that are found everywhere on Windows 11.
But things can change very soon. In its latest update, Chrome 96 has a hidden function, which is disabled by default, that allows you to apply Windows 11 graphics code to the browser. Their activation is short and only takes a few seconds. Follow the guide.
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1. Access Experimental Functions
Open a Google Chrome window, then in the address bar, go to chrome://flags,
This page groups together all the experimental functions of the browser being tested by Google. Some of these functions get seamlessly integrated in future updates while others disappear and are no longer talked about.
2. Look for Flags
In the search field at the top of the window, type windows 11 style menu, NS flag It should then automatically display and be highlighted.
3. Activate Windows 11 Style
Now click on the drop-down menu miss out, and change the value to Active, then click on the button relaunch To restart the browser and apply the changes.
Now open the main menu or context menu of Google Chrome by right-clicking with the mouse.
You should now have a menu in the graphical style of Windows 11, for example with rounded corners. Note that this feature can also be enabled if you are using Chrome on Windows 10.
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