Google testing improved Settings page in Chrome

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Google is following Microsoft’s lead and is updating the settings page in the Chrome browser to be easier to navigate using an improved layout (via WinAero).

Currently, the settings page in Google Chrome consists of a sidebar on the left, with sections like Appearance, Search Engine and Privacy, but scrolling down the center panel will display all settings.

The updated interface, which is currently being tested in the Chrome Canary browser (enable it at chrome://flags/#settings-landing-page-redesign), separates these into sections, similar to how settings are displayed in Microsoft Edge.

It’s currently only available in the Canary version of Chrome, but will likely roll out to the stable version with an upcoming update.

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