A couple of weeks ago, I wrote about Google’s plan to add a built-in background image option to Chrome’s new tab page. Looks like this is live for some users on the Canary version of Chrome.
I have had this flag enabled for weeks now, but this feature is not working yet on Chrome OS Canary version. However, 9to5Google has managed to get a video of a user changing Chrome new tab page background:
You will notice that the UI and the options look just like the version you have seen on Android and Chromebook’s new wallpaper picker. In the future, you could have the same wallpaper on your Android phone, Chromebook, and your Chrome’s new tab page. I mean, that’s possible, if Google wants to make it that way!
If you have the Canary version of Chrome installed on your Windows computer, give this a try and drop me a comment if it works for you. The flag that you will need to enable is this: chrome://flags/#ntp-backgrounds.