You can speed up your web browsing experience by customizing and personalizing your web browser. If you use Google Chrome, you have several options to customize your favorite browser to suit your style, mood and preferences. Use themes to automatically change your background every day and place your new tab page. Here’s how to customize Google Chrome to make it your own.
Customizing Chrome allows you to customize it to your liking. Not everyone likes Chrome’s default white look. Here are some ideas for personalizing Chrome. You can try it now.
The theme for Google Chrome
One of the easiest ways to customize Google Chrome is with themes. This applies to the entire Chrome window, including tabs and new tab pages. To browse themes, visit the Chrome Web Store and select Themes under the search box on the left. You can choose from all kinds of themes. From darks and blacks to pops of color, cool cars, and pretty flowers, you’ll see tons of options.
To customize the font, you can choose not only the size, but also the style. The first slider controls the size of regular text and the second slider controls the size of fonts.
You can also customize the font. Google Chrome fonts are categorized into four types:
Serif, Sans Serif, Fixed Width, Normal. You can use the dropdown menus to select the specific fonts Chrome should use for each of these types.
You can change the colors of your browser window even if you don’t use the Chrome theme. There are two options to access this feature. New tab customization options. The color you choose will act as the background color and change the color of the title bar as well as the tabs. turn on sync
If you use Google Chrome on multiple devices, turn on sync to access your history, passwords, and bookmarks across all your devices. When you install Google Chrome on your new device, you can enable it during browser setup.
Enable Live Subtitles
If you want to view many videos in your Chrome browser, this feature will automatically add live subtitles to your videos. To enable the Live Subtitles feature in Google Chrome, go to Settings > Accessibility > Enable Live Subtitles to get automatic subtitles for all videos you play in your Google Chrome web browser.
Customize your new tab
When you open a new tab in Chrome, you’ll see shortcuts to Google searches and websites. You can customize the links on this page, change the background to any image, or set it to solid color. To add a photo as a new tab background, open a new tab. Click the Customize icon below.
To change the shortcuts available on the New Tab page, click the Customize button at the bottom of the New Tab page. Then click Shortcuts. There are two options: My Shortcuts and Most Visited Sites. The former requires you to manually configure shortcuts, while the latter allows Chrome to automatically generate shortcuts based on how often you use them. If you don’t want to see shortcuts, turn on the switch next to Hide shortcuts.