Did you know Microsoft Edge and Google Chrome are the most often used browsers in the world nowadays. With the release of Windows 11, Microsoft also released few features in the browsers which can be enabled for better UI via flags. Browser Flags are the collection of features which many users are not aware of till now. Some of the changes that were introduced in the Windows 11 such as rounded corner styles and all can also be added to the browsers UI design through flags. If you are thinking how you can add windows 11 styles in chrome and edge browsers, please read this article which explains how to do.
How to Add Windows 11 Styles in Google Chrome
Step 1: Press Windows key on your keyboard and type google chrome.
Step 2: Then, press the Enter key to open google chrome application on your system.
Step 3: In the New tab, type chrome://flags/ and hit the Enter key.
Step 4: Then, Type Windows 11 style in the search menu option as shown in the below picture.
Step 5: Select Enabled – All Windows Versions in the Windows 11 style Menus dropdown list as shown in the below screenshot.
Step 6: As soon as you select the Windows 11 Style Menu option, the Relaunch button appears at the bottom of the page.
Step 7: Please click Relaunch button as shown below.
How to Add Windows 11 Styles in Microsoft Edge
Step 1: Press Windows key on the keyboard and type edge.
Step 2: Hit the Enter key to open Microsoft Edge.
Step 3: Type edge://flags/ in the address bar of the edge browser and hit the Enter key.
Step 4: Copy and Paste the search keywords given below in the search bar of Flags page as shown in the below screenshot.
Windows 11 Visual Updates
Step 5: Click on the Enable Windows 11 Visual Updates dropdown option and select Enabled from the list as shown below.
Step 6: Then, immediately the Restart button appears at the bottom of the page.
Step 7: Please click on it to restart the Microsoft Edge browser to apply changes.
That’s it guys!
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