How to Enable Real Search Box on New Tab Page in Google Chrome
Google Chrome is the most popular browser as of now, featuring a fast rendering engine, 'Blink', a simplified user interface, and extension support that allows adding extra features to the browser. Google is constantly adding new features to the browser, including a number of experimental features, which may or may not be included in the stable version of the app. One of the is the ability to add a 'real' search box to the new tab page.
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How to Enable Color and Theme Dialog for New Tab Page in Google Chrome
Starting in Google Chrome 77, you can enable advanced appearance options for the New Tab page. It will allow to change its color, set a background image, and customize shortcuts using a new dialog. Let's see how to enable it.
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Starting in Chrome 69, the browser features significant changes to the user interface. These include a 'Material Design Refresh' theme with rounded tabs, the removal of the 'Secure' text badge for HTTPS web sites replaced by a Lock icon, and a reworked new tab page. If you are not happy with the New Tab page, you can restore its classic look.
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As of this writing, Google Chrome is the most popular web browser. It is available for Windows, Linux, Mac and Android. Sporting a minimalist design, Chrome features a very powerful fast web rendering engine "Blink" to make your browsing experience faster, safer, and easier. The team behind the browser has finally made the New Tab page customizable, so users can quickly add custom shortcuts and change the page background image natively without installing third-party extensions.
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