I love to watch the design changes on Google Chrome, and end up posting about even minor changes I notice. Hope you guy don’t mind !
The new tab page redesign has been in the spotlight for a while because it looked like Google is making Chrome ready for touch interfaces. Thew new design is still a work in progress and has only apps showing up as of now. My most visited website thumbnails are all gone, ( that’s fine Google, I can adjust ! ) so were recently closed tabs.
update : adding screenshot of Chrome OS version of this.
But today, canary build and chromium builds have got Â “Recently closed tabs” back in a new form. You need to click on a little icon on the bottom right corner of the tab to get a neat menu of those tabs. Â I will keep watching the changes and report back for all of you 🙂
Chrome OS Only Talk App Now Works in Chrome – So Kind of You Google !
Panels on Chrome OS is one of the things Google was highlighting from the time they announced Chrome OS. It adds a nice bit of functionality to Chrome OS. Google Talk app with this panels UI got Â a lot of praise from the geek community.
There was news that Panels UI is coming to Chrome as well for everyone on windows mac and linux operating systems to make use of this. I do not see any of that in Chrome as of now, but from few days, the Google Talk App seems to be working on Windows too, without the Panels UI. It gives you a window on Chrome OS, with looks and feel of Google Talk program. It will first tell you that this is not designed for PCs , but will let you continue if you want to.
Will we get Panels on PC too, soon enough ?