If you’re using Google Chrome as your primary web browser on
Windows 10, a new update is rolling out with several
improvements. Google Chrome 78.0.3904.70 or newer comes with
new customization abilities on the new tab page (NTP), and as
well as a built-in password checkup tool.
More customization options
Google Chrome has always allowed users to add a background to
the New Tab page and install themes from the Chrome Web Store.
Google is making significant changes to the existing
customization options in Chrome. After the update, “Customize”
button located in the bottom-right corner of the New Tab page
will launch a new customization panel.
It has three sections – Backgrounds, Shortcuts, Colours and
Themes. As the name suggests, the Background tab will let you
set your own wallpaper on the New Tab Page.
You can choose your own custom photo for the background or
select one of the backgrounds offered by Google.
With the shortcuts tab, you should be able to customize the
grid of websites displayed under the search bar o New Tab Page.
You can edit favicons (icons of the websites), customize most
visited sites, and you can also hide shortcuts.
Colour and theme panel lets you change the colour and as well
as the for theming Chrome. Google is offering up to 23
combinations, and you can also choose the colour of your choice
with the help of colour picker.
Tab hover cards
The update also adds Tab hover cards, a new feature that
displays an overlay when you hover your mouse over the tabs.
This is helpful if you open several pages in Chrome.
Chrome 78 comes with built-in Password checkup tool, which has
been designed to warn users of compromised logins during