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Recovering the classical design in Google Chrome 69
Chrome is currently the world's leading desktops browsers with a markethare of over 60 per cent, so more than 6 out of 10 PC's actually use it. This is the new default Windows 10 web browsing application, and moving to Google Chrome includes jumping over some prompt and pop-up messages that appear from time to time.
However, Chrome still dominates the browsing community, and any new release that gets the go-ahead is vivid evidence of why this is happening. Chrome 69 was introduced early this week as a 10-year jubilee release of the Google Chrome 69 and one of the greatest revelations was the launch of a brand new design.
Enhanced tabbed views, a redesigned keyword toolbar that immediately shows information about your keys, and an enhanced passwords management are some of the key characteristics of this new building. What interests us today, however, is the browser's new UI, which has been welcomed with a mix of emotions by the users' group.
"has a new look. Let's take the tab pages, for example. We' ve redesigned the form of our tabbed pages to make the website icon more visible, making it easy to browse across many tabs," Google prides itself on announcing this weeks results. However, despite the new design, which looks and feels more contemporary, there are many people out there who, for a variety of different reason, prefer to stay with the classics.
Undoubtedly, one of them is the fact that a trusted user surface makes it much simpler to use the web browsers, which in turn results in a smooth surfing environment. Whilst Google doesn't offer an simple way to recreate the classical design, you can actually do it yourself, although it requires a few more simple stages.
Start Google Chrome first and enter the following token in the location bar giving you control over your browser's enhanced preferences, so don't make any changes unless you know exactly what they're doing: There should be an UI layout for the upper chrome of the browsers displayed window, which is emphasized by default.
Within the current setup with actively designed design this should be the default one. Restart the web browsers and the classical Google Chrome user interface should be present. When you want to go back to the advanced user interface at a later date, you can simply do the same and revert to the default settings on that particular monitor.
It is very important to know that this is a feat that Google can eliminate sometime in the near term, so while it works now, it could disappear entirely without warning. There is no question that Google wants to bring everyone to the new look, and eventually the classical theme could be drawn.
For now, however, this is still a working bug, so try it if you're not the greatest supporter of the recent Google user interface update. Enhancements and web browsers add-ons that restore the classical look are also likely to make the round in the near future.