By default, Google Chrome download status or prompts appear in the download shelf at the bottom of the screen. On the other hand, Microsoft Edge downloads show up in the toolbar when you are downloading something, and you can also pin the Download button or center to the Microsoft Edge toolbar.
Google may be working on a similar feature for Chrome, according to a new post on Chromium. It looks like Google wants to get rid of the bottom toolbar version of the downloads feature and add a download button or shortcut to the toolbar, similar to how Edge handles downloads.
According to a Posted on Chromium, Google is testing support for a new download icon in the toolbar. Google says the change is part of a redesign of the download UX for Chrome, and it plans to use a Download bubble instead of a download shelf in a future release of the browser expected early on. year 2022.
If a Download icon is added to the toolbar, it will remain visible while a download is in progress or if you started a download in the last 24 hours. The download center can also be tied to the browser toolbar, according to the code changes made on Chromium.
As mentioned above, Chrome’s new download UX will be similar to Microsoft Edge’s download center.
Chrome 96 is a big release, but there’s still a lot more to come and Google has already started working on its next big update.
Follow Chromium Posts, Google is bringing an updated design to Windows 11 devices Rounded corners are supported.
The new rounded corners update for the browser’s built-in menu will be enabled by default in a future release.
Additionally, Google wants to update Chrome to match the Windows 11 aesthetic, including theme/accent colors. This will be a Windows-specific change, and it will let you choose an accent color from Windows settings and apply it to the browser, including bookmarks popups, buttons, etc.
Clipboard New Features
Google is also working with Microsoft on a new feature that allows users to copy and paste multiple clipboard types content between the browser and native apps on Windows 10/11.
The feature is expected to launch in 2022, and it’s especially useful if you frequently use web-based text or photo editors.
https://www.windowslatest.com/2021/12/14/google-chrome-to-get-new-features-including-downloads-hub-on-windows/ Google Chrome to get new features including Download center on Windows