After Six years of serving Windows 10 to its users, Microsoft decided to give something new by deploying a new major version of its operating system – Windows 11. This was launched last October by making a strong design change and more interesting features. However, it is not mandatory to download Windows 11 to take advantage of all its new features. Indeed, the Chrome 96 version is a good way to get a first idea of the OS, which, as a reminder, gives pride of place to windows with rounded corners.
Google Chrome Brings Windows 11 Style To Windows 10
And that’s exactly what it is about: Chrome 96 allows a computer running Windows 10 to change some small details of your Chrome page, by swapping the rectangular corners for rounded corners. To do this, a little simple manipulation must be performed, as Windows Latest explains:
- In your URL bar, enter Chrome: // flags;
- Search for “Windows 11” in the search bar;
- “Windows 11 Style Menus” appears: click on the drop-down menu, then “Enabled – All Windows Versions”;
- Click on the “Relaunch” button to restart your browser.
And this is it. For a Windows 10 user, it is imperative to click on “Enabled – All Windows Versions”, and not on “Enabled”.
As you can see in the photos above, the settings pop-up is adorned with rounded corners that flatter your retina and bring a touch of freshness that we don’t mind. Same thing when you right-click on a tab, causing another window to open, again very rounded.