Saturday, 12 November 2016

How to Enable Google Chrome’s Hidden “Material Design”

How to Enable Google Chrome’s Hidden Material Design
Material design is a comprehensive design for visual, motion, and interaction design across platforms and devices. Google had already changed Chrome’s theme to sport the Material design on some machines. However, its still in testing phase. This material design is now embedded in Android OS and it’s now available for Google chrome desktop browser too. Yes, it’s now available for Google Chrome browser too and you can enable this feature in your Google chrome browser and with that, you can enjoy the cool material design. So have a look on complete guide discussed below to proceed.

How to Enable Google’s Material Design in Chrome’s Desktop Browser
The guide is simple and straight and you just need to alter some of the flags settings of your google chrome and you will enable this material design on your Google Chrome browser and that will let you have better content reading and understanding ability. So follow up the below steps to proceed.

Steps To Enable Google’s Material Design in Google Chrome:

Step 1.First of all, in your Google chrome, you need to open the hidden flag page that you can open by pasting this chrome://flags in your Google chrome and then pressing enter.

Step 2.Now you will see the Flag settings page with lots of things that you can alter for your Google Chrome browser.

Step 3.Now you need to search for the option Enable All Material Design Options and that you can do by pressing ctrl+F and then typing Material.

Step 4.Now you will get moved to that option and there you will see drop down option and you need to select is Material.

Step 5.Now on the other below option select enable that is for touch version devices.

Step 6.Now you need to Relaunch the Chrome as the changes will take effect the next time you relaunch Google Chrome.
Enable Google’s Material Design in Google Chrome

Thats it after relaunch there you will see the material design of Google Chrome browser.

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