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Google Chrome's Redesign...

Because Your Buttons Needed Personal Space Too!

NEWS  Software  November 10, 2023  Reading time: 2 Minute(s)

mdo Max (RS editor)

In a groundbreaking move that no one asked for, Google has decided to spice up your browsing experience with the Chrome redesign. Because who doesn't dream of rounded corners revolutionizing the way we use the internet?

The redesign offers a modernized look, featuring rounded corners so hip, even geometry enthusiasts are questioning their love for straight lines. Icons have undergone a glow-up, and if you're wondering what that has to do with your browsing experience, well, you clearly don't understand the importance of aesthetically pleasing bookmarks.

But wait, there's more! Google has generously increased spacing between buttons for a touch-friendly interface. Because nothing says user-friendly like pretending you're playing a piano concerto on your browser tabs. Who needs valuable space to display web pages when you can have larger-than-life menus? It's like Google peeked into our souls and thought, "You know what users want? More padding around their buttons."

For those who don't have the privilege of caressing their screens daily, this redesign might feel like a cosmic joke. The non-touchscreen users are left yearning for the days when buttons were snug, menus were humble in size, and web pages were not overshadowed by the looming presence of overgrown interface elements.

But fear not, dear Chrome enthusiasts! If the redesign has you feeling like your screen is a canvas and Google is the artist gone wild with rounded paintbrushes, there's something you can do. Embrace the chaos, or, more practically, explore the deep and mysterious settings of Chrome to find a way to revert to the simpler times when buttons were close-knit, and menus didn't aspire to be the next blockbuster movie.

In conclusion, while some may argue that the Chrome redesign is wasting valuable space, we prefer to see it as Google's avant-garde attempt to turn your browser into a virtual art installation. Because who needs a clear view of the web when you can have the abstract beauty of rounded corners and spacious menus? Happy browsing, and may your buttons be forever touch-friendly, whether you asked for it or not!



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