How to Switch Themes in ChromeChanging the designs to chrome
Read this section to find out more about the many different Chrome OS setup choices available, from Chrome boot behaviour changes to choosing a new look. Chrome OS works perfectly in the standard setup. However, there are some things in Chrome that you can customize to make for a unique face-to-face computing environment.
This means you can personalise Chrome to look and taste exactly the way you want it - and taste it. Some of the most obvious changes you can make to Chrome is the way it looks. Design is a collection of colours, text and wallpapers; you can select from any number of predefined designs to personalise the look of Chrome.
Let's be honest; a little bit dull is chrome base. If you want something more thrilling, there must be something you like. A few topics mainly influence the Chrome Browse screen colour. As an example, the topic of glue transforms the index cards and the frames into blacks and brings a beautiful light behind the index cards.
On the other side, the topic "course" draws the whole windows in a cold bluish course. Others have more of a graphic aspect. As an example, the topic Legally pad inserts a colored backdrop into the screen, just like a Legallypad. The Dale Chihuly subject transforms the whole web browsing experience into a shimmering screen of colourful blow-moulded glas, just like a screen by the renowned designer.
And you can always and as often as you want modify your topic. Press the Adjust and Control (Wrench) buttons and choose Preferences. Once the Preferences page is displayed, choose the Personal Stuff page. Navigate to the Themes area and click the Get Themes get them. If the Chrome Web Store page is displayed, go to the subject area in the column on the-left and click either From Artists or From Google.
You can click on any topic that interests you. Click the To Chrome icon on the topic page to use the topic. Chrome's standard design can be returned to at any point. Press the Adjust and Control (Wrench) buttons and choose Preferences. Once the Preferences page is displayed, choose the Personal Stuff page.
Navigate to the Themes section and click the Reset to Default Button.