Looks like the rivalry is finally catching up to Google Chrome. On the 19th of September, 2019, Google announced on their blog regarding a brand new tab management to be released soon.
Google Says (Regarding Chrome)-
“There are a million and one reasons you open your browser every day, and keeping track of tabs shouldn’t distract you from your goals. With tab improvements and more options to customize Chrome, you’ll be equipped to take on the day.”
According to the company, the next update will introduce a grid-style layout for tabs; you can select from an assortment of colors, which will change the color of the tab strip and will also change the color of the entire web page, including new tabs you open up. Google also mentioned that the next update would allow you to view the title of each open tab by moving your cursor, which should help those guilty of keeping hundreds of tabs opened up at a time.
Alongside the tab changes, Google is also planning to tweak the Chrome address bar to show results faster. You’ll get instant answers for queries about weather, translations, sports events, and more. Google is also adding in more color customization for Chrome themes. A new tool will let you change the color of the entire browser and the new tab page, all without having to install Chrome themes from the Chrome web store.
More Insight –
Amazing Tab Management By Google Chrome!
If you’re a Chrome user who likes to have 50 tabs open at a time, Google is making things way easier soon. Tab management in Chrome currently requires you to hover over each tab and wait for a description of the tab or to simply spot one visually via the tiny icon.
This can be difficult when you’ve got a lot of tabs open, so Google is addressing it with a new preview that will allow you to hover over tabs quickly to get to the right one.
Basically, the updates include a grid layout for tabs showing a preview of each page, which should make it easier to find what you’re looking for. There’s also a new ability to group tabs by dragging and dropping one tab on top of another in the grid layout, to help keep tabs organized.