Google Chrome recently added Windows 11 styled rounded menus to their latest Google Chrome Canary web browser. The new updates match the windows 11 OS style theme menu specifically the rounded menu corner menu.
One of the key looks of windows 11 that appears everywhere in the latest Operating System now landed in The Google Chrome Canary latest update, Keep in mind this is the early test features, and it’s only available for Windows users only, Google may roll out this feature to stable chrome users later.
If you’re curious like me and want to test yourself you can enable it in just a few steps.
How to Enable Windows 11 Styled Rounded Menu?
There are few steps you need to follow to enable a Windows 11 styled rounded menu in the latest Google chrome canary web browser.
Step 1: If you don’t have chrome canary in your windows operating system, you need to download it by clicking this link.
Or copy this link to your web browser [https://www.chromium.org/getting-involved/dev-channel#TOC-Windows-64-bit].
Step 2: Download and Install the Google Chrome Canary to your windows system, you will need to enable these features to google has disabled this feature by default.
Step 3: Launch Google Chrome Canary browser on your desktop or laptop and type or paste this in the address bar: chrome://flags/win11-style-menus.
Step 4: From the drop-down menu select “Enable for all Windows” after this chrome prompt to restart the browser.
Step 5: Restart the browser and relaunch, Once you’re back on the start-up page, right-click anywhere to check the windows 11 rounded menus.
Note: If you’re unable to find the feature, maybe it was removed now. Please note this the test version feature may appear or disappear frequently.
The Windows 11 rounded menu is a minor change in the Chrome Canary browser, this feature is already in the Microsoft Edge browser by default for everyone.