How to Change Chrome Tab View in Android to OLD STYLE

How to Change Chrome Tab View in Android to OLD STYLE

If you don’t like the new tab style in Google chrome then here’s the step-by-step guide to Change Chrome Tab View in Android to OLD STYLE.

Google Chrome is clearly one of the widely used web browsers out there today. In the new interface for tab management, instead of the vertical tab layout, tabs are now sorted into a grid view whenever you open a link. If you don’t want it then let’s see How to turn off tab groups and grid view on Chrome for Android.

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How to Change Chrome Tab View in Android to OLD STYLE

1) In the first step open Google chrome on your mobile & tap on the Search Bar.

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2) In the search bar type the chrome://flags & open it.

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3) This is the home of chrome flags, tap on the Search flags here.

How to Change Chrome Tab View in Android to OLD STYLE

4) Here type Tab Grid Layout in the search box and you’ll get the results below, tap on Default to open. (chrome://flags/#enable-tab-grid-layout)

5) Now tap on the Disabled option at the bottom.

How to Change Chrome Tab View in Android to OLD STYLE

6) After that search for Tab Groups & disable it in a similar way. (chrome://flags/#enable-tab-groups)

7) In the last search for “Temporarily unexpired M88 flags” & tap on the Enabled button this time. (chrome://flags/#temporary-unexpire-flags-m88)

8) After Disabling two flags & enabling one flag, click on the Relaunch button.

9) Here you go, after relaunching just close the app & open it again & you’ll get the old-style tabs layout in your Google chrome.

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