- Chrome users have a lot of reasons to be excited about lately.
- Certain elements of the browser are getting revamped soon.
- The latest Stable channel release brought new context menus.
- Fluid design and rounded corners just like Windows 11 and Mac.
If you are a Google Chrome user you will surely get a kick out of this. We know that you’ve been waiting on some visual updates for your favorite browser and, even though it’s not much, it’s happening.
And since everything everyone can talk about these days is Windows 11, Chrome is also getting some of the new OS’s design language touches.
New context menus for the Chrome Stable channel
We’re pretty sure that a lot of you are using Google Chrome as their main browser. And even though it receives constant updates and improvements, some elements remain unchanged.
Let’s take the context menus for example, which haven’t been changed visually for a long time. Simply right-clicking on any CHrome window will trigger the same jagged edge menu.
However, a new Stable channel release is about to change all that, as Chrome is about to take one more step into the future.
The new context menus have rounded corners and resemble the ones that we are already enjoying on Windows 11.
Although the great majority of users are not bothered by the comparison, many argue that macOS adaptation, but regardless of which side is right, we can all agree that they look great.
The Stable channel has been updated to 96.0.4664.93 for Windows, Mac, and Linux which will roll out over the coming days/weeks.
For those of you who are interested in the entire list of changes in this build, they can check the entire log.
The only thing now is for creators to actually roll out these new-style menus to the general public, which will most likely happen in the first part of 2022.
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