On September 29, the omnipotent search engine platform, Google, is working unremittingly to make the Chrome browser look more amicable and vernacular on the new Windows 11 platform. As we all know, evolving is Google’s born trait as we could have seen the theme of Google changes from Teachers’ day to Thanos’s existence.
According to multiple reports from the IT grounds, according to a new update patch on Chromium Gerrit, Google is tirelessly working to craft their Chrome browser on “Windows 11 style” when running on the new operating system on Chrome Browser.
Additionally, it is vague what Google’s “Windows 11 style” looks like as the complete design has not been revealed officially. Still, Google may include components like mica transparency and Windows 11 style icons.
Unfortunately, we couldn’t connect with the source about the exact date and how long we should wait for these changes to appear in the Chromium Brower. But sooner or later, we can get the update.
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