Experimental Windows 11 Mode
Microsoft recently launched the new version of Windows 11 OS. I think everyone loves the new different environment? Did you know your chrome web browser also gives you a look at Windows 11 style menus? Chrome 96 brings a new Experimental Windows 11 mode which gives a new style menu to your chrome web browser that allows you to use Windows 11 style menus where possible.
If you want to match your browser’s look to your desktop, here in this article is how to enable Google Chrome’s experimental Windows 11 mode
Enable Experimental Windows 11 Mode Style Menus in Google Chrome Web Browser.
The Windows 11 Style Menus feature is available on Chrome 96 and above versions.
To check your Chrome version, click on Menu (three dots) in the top right corner and go to Help > About Google Chrome (Chrome will check for and automatically install if new updates are available. After the update is installed)
Follow these steps to enable the experimental Windows 11 mode in Chrome.
- Launch Google Chrome Web Browser.
- Type chrome://flags in the address bar and hit Enter. It will open the Experiments page.
- In the search box, type “Windows 11”.
- From the search results, you'll see the “Windows 11 Style Menus” flag.
- Enable the flag and restart your browser.
- Now you'll start experiencing the new Windows 11 Style Menus in your chrome web browser.
You can try the new feature on Windows 8 or Windows 10 as well. Just Open the Experiments page and select Enabled - All Windows Versions for Windows 11 Style Menus.
Currently, the design cues in Chrome are subtle, and you may not notice much difference apart from the round corners for the context menu, pop-up screens, etc.