Finally Here It Is! Metro-style Google Chrome browser for Windows 8
Google has finally come up with something for Windows 8 Metro users that was anticipated for a long time. Especially when Windows 8 allows users to substitute Internet Explorer 10 browser with any preferred browsers users in the Metro interface. Changing Metro browser on Windows 8 is as easy as much it was to switching to and setting a browser other than IE on previous Windows OS versions.
So, would you want to switch to this new Metro style Google Chrome browser?
So, how to get Metro style Google Chrome browser on Windows 8?
Google has released this metro style version of Google Chrome browser update on the Dev channel. In order to obtain this Metro style Google Chrome browser tab on Windows 8, users require signing in with Chrome Dev channel for Windows and download the latest Google Chrome update. Then, make sure you have set the Google Chrome browser as the default browser; then Modern tab will replace the traditional desktop browser tab with a more elegant looking, big look Chrome browser tile on the Windows 8 interface. If you have always wanted a Metro look of your browser, then here it is for you to grab now.
One of the best things about Modern new tab of Google Chrome browser is that it is highly customizable. You can simply change anything on this Modern tab starting from the background image, color and the opacity. In the same way, you can also customize the look of the tile of Google Chrome browser on Windows 8 interface. With Metro style tab, you can change appearance of icons, add RSS feeds from your favorite sites, change the color of the tile. You can select from a palette of 26 color options to customize from Modern extension.
Moreover, you can add and make RSS feeds animate on your Windows 8 interface and get stream of latest news from the site you have subscribed for RSS feeds. Isn’t it great? There are many more things and better user experience such as easy access to recently closed tabs, bookmarks among others. Download Google Chrome browser and share your comments below.
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