Google has been steadily rolling out a new “Material Design” look for many of its services, ranging from Chrome OS all the way to YouTube. Chrome itself will also be getting some Material Design-based overhauls in the coming feature, although some of these overhauls, such as the one affecting Chrome’s Extensions tab, can be enabled right this instant.
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Here’s how you can access it:
- Open up Chrome and type “chrome://flags/#enable-md-extensions” into the address bar .
- On the highlighted option, choose the “Enabled” option.
- Once done, restart the Chrome browser.
If done properly, your Extensions tab will now look drastically different from the pre-existing one.
Where the old Extensions tab lists down all of your active Extensions from top to bottom, the new Extensions tab would arrange all of them in a grid-like arrangement. With this arrangement, you can potentially see all of your Extensions without needing to scroll down any further.
For those who are a tad bit more curious, Material Design can also be enabled for various other parts of Chrome on the flags page should you wish to do so.
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