Flags are experimental features that can be unstable for general users. From the Canary version, these thematic flags made a long journey covering the developer, the beta and finally the Stable version of Chrome. Although I have not experienced any stability issues, the experiences may vary from user to user. If you experience stability issues, simply turn off these indicators. Also, do not forget that these themes are only available for the desktop version of Chrome and not for Android or iOS. With that in mind, let's see how to unlock these 20+ Google Chrome themes. Plus, if you'd like to learn more about the Chrome browser, check out 5 tips to get the most out of Google Chrome.
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Unlock hidden themes from Google Chrome
Before you start, make sure to use the software Chrome stable version 77. Now open a new tab in the Chrome browser and enter the following links one by one in your browser. Enter the first URL and, in the drop-down list, set the Default option to Enable. Do this for the other two too.
Once all three indicators have been enabled, you will need to restart your browser. Press the Now restart options at the bottom. If the option does not exist, you may need to restart the browser manually. Once done, open a new tab and press the button Personalize option present at the bottom right. Select the Color and theme option and chose one of the 23 new dynamic themes. When you have made the selection, press Done to have the changes reflected. Congratulations! You have now successfully unlocked the various hidden Google Chrome.
Customizations of hidden shortcuts
Although you have activated the ntp-v2-customization menu Turning on the flag to unlock hidden Google Chrome themes might have unlocked another feature. Under personalization, select the Shortcut tongue. In this section, Google has added two new methods of customizing your shortcut. You can either select the first option and display the shortcuts you have chosen (the current default view) or let Google create shortcuts for you based on the sites you visit most often frequently (the second option). However, if you want to hide all the shortcuts on the page, just switch to Hide shortcuts switch.
So it was a quick guide on how to unlock the different hidden themes on your favorite Google Chrome browser. Did you like them or those present in the store more than enough for you? Share your points of view in the comments section below.
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