Google first reported that it was dealing with adding a grid design and tab gathering in Chrome on Android right back in September of 2019. From that point forward, the organization has revealed this new interface for a few Chrome clients.
Notwithstanding, up to this point, the interface wasn’t accessible for a critical piece of the Chrome userbase on Android. Google at last revealed the tab framework format to an enormous number of Android clients toward the end of last week, and in case you’re not a fan of the new look, here’s the manner by which you can disable it:
To disable the tab grid design in Google Chrome on Android, you’ll first have to navigate to chrome://flags in the browser. Once there, look for “grid” and find the “Tab Grid Layout” flag. At that point, tap on the drop-down menu button and select “Disabled” from the accompanying list. Chrome will at that point raise a brief to relaunch the program for the progressions to produce results.
Tap on the ‘Relaunch’ button in the base right corner and trust that the browser will restart. After the restart, you’ll notice that the Tab Grid Layout flag has been crippled. Be that as it may, all open tabs will in any case be appeared in the new framework design.
You’ll have to restart the program indeed for the progressions to really produce results. To do as such, open the Recents menu and close Chrome. At that point tap on the Chrome application symbol to return the browser. Your tabs should now appear in the more older layout.
Do take note of that you won’t have the option to utilize Chrome’s convenient new tab grouping highlight on the off chance that you return to the old design. Fortunately, Chrome allows you effectively to switch back to the grid format by empowering the previously mentioned flag. Simply ensure you restart the browser twice for the progressions to produce results.