Google is known for its features. Millions of people around the world use it. In such a situation, the company also keeps updating the features of all its services. At present, information has been received that the company will celebrate its 25th birthday at the end of this month. With this, Chrome will also complete its 15 years. On this occasion, the company is planning to upgrade Chrome.
Google is celebrating its 25th birthday later this month. Along with this, the company’s web browser Google Chrome will also be 15 years old. Let us tell you that it was introduced by Google in 2008 as a beta version of Windows XP. After covering such a long distance, now it has completed 15 years.
At present, information has been received that Google is preparing to upgrade its Chrome in some ways. The company said in its blog post that Chrome is turning 15 this month and while a lot has changed over the last 15 years, our core goal still remains true. We aim to create a browser that is fast, reliable, secure and easy to use. To celebrate Chrome’s birthday this year, we’re giving Chrome on desktop a facelift and a few upgrades. Browsing its Chrome will become easier.
Chrome will get Material U treatment
Let us know that Google has decided that it will give a new look to Chrome. The company can give fresh icons and new color palette to redesign it. Which will present tabs and toolbars better.
The purpose of these color palettes is to help users differentiate between profiles such as work and personal accounts at a glance.
Along with this, Chrome has also got better integration with the operating system, so that it can easily customize OS-level settings like dark and light mode.
With this update, you will get menu improvements for easier and faster access to Chrome Extensions, Google Translate, Google Password Manager.
Changes to the Chrome Web Store
Apart from this, Google is also bringing Material U Style to Chrome Web Store, which encourages easy search of extensions. Additionally, there will be new extension categories in the store, which will include AI extensions and editors’ spotlights as well as personalized suggestions.
The company is also introducing Safety Check to help identify extensions in the Chrome Store that were recently unpublished and violate company policies.