Designers can plan their design for 10th birthday.
Another interesting thing is that the browser’s graphical interface will be more useful in touchscreen computers in the future. Chrome will automatically detect the touch panel, and if it is larger than usual, it will display its controls with larger spacing. The preview version of the touch mode can already be turned on in Chrome stable release, but it will not appear on a touchscreen only halfway through, for example, the rounded-headed address bar will be missing.
It’s hard to believe, but Google Chrome celebrates its 10th birthday this September. It seems that developers would like to celebrate the browser’s jubilee a little bit: according to notes appearing in its code base, it seems increasingly likely that this application will receive a visual pamphlet in that month. The look was referred to several times as Material Design 2 in the code.
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