Chrome users have waited too long for a revamped interface of their favorite web browser, and it looks like will finally deliver it across all supported platforms, including Microsoft Windows, macOS, Linux, as well as Chrome OS, this fall with a new stable release, probably Google Chrome 70. And it's not a minor change as Google Chrome's design team worked hard these past few months to update the browser's UI, including things like tab strip coloring, tab shape, pinned tabs, the single tab mode, alert indicators, and omnibox suggestion icons.
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