The team behind the popular Google Chrome browser today released a new version of the app. Chrome 69 comes with a number of new features and improvements, including a refined look for the user interface, that is called 'Material Design Refresh'. If you don't like how it looks, you can revert the appearance of the browser to the previous version of the UI.
As you may already know, the recently released Google Chrome version 63 comes with Material Design applied to bookmarks. This UI redesign was started a long time ago. The Material Design replaces the traditional look of various options, menus and pages of the browser. It is possible to disable the Material design bits for the bookmarks UI in Chrome 63 if you are not happy with its look. Here is how.
As you may already know, Chrome 59 has been released to the stable branch. The browser features a refined user interface for the Settings page. If you don't like its appearance, here is how you can revert it back to the old look.
Starting with version 52, Google Chrome is using the Material Design UI enabled by default. While some users like this change, other would like to disable it as they do not like the appearance at all. They want to revert it to the good old look of the browser. Here is how to do that.