Yesterday Chrome turned 10, and Google has done some amazing changes to the web browser’s User Interface (UI). The new UI includes rounded shapes and tabs, a fresh color palette, and updated icons. The company has altered the whole of Chrome which means that it includes this new altering of menus and Unified Resource Locator (URL) in the address bar to match the new design.
The most noticeable change from this update is that the trapezoid-like shaped tabs is no longer there. The new design is actually designed to be easier to see at a glance, this will also be useful for those who frequently have many tabs open at the same time.
Google has also tweaked how their address bar (omnibox) works, now it shows the results directly in the bar without us having to open a new tab. Results such as information on movie info, weather, and sporting events will automatically appear in the address bar, and we will be able to use the address bar to find an open tab and switch to it.
Other than the above-mentioned changes, the company also has made some good changes in the way autofill works in the browser. Chrome’s update version 69 now accurately fill in passwords, addresses, and credit card numbers into forms and store this information in a Google Account. It also includes a password generator which automatically generates a strong password for websites that you’re going to sign up, and it will be stored and synchronized in both your mobile and PC.