With Google Chrome, you can customize your experience with themes to make things a little more fun, and with the latest version of Google's internally designed look, we try to remind you that themes still exist. How to install and remove them.
How to install themes
Google released a lot of new themes recently 1
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Launch by launching Chrome and going to the Chrome Web Store for themes. You can browse for themes using the search bar, category selector (even if the only two options are Google and artists) or as rated.
After you find a theme that fits your mood, click on it to go to the theme page.
Click "Add to Chrome" to add it to Chrome.
Note that when you add a theme to Chrome, it syncs with your Google Account. If you set Chrome sync with your Google Account, so if you sign in to Chrome on another device, the theme will be synced to that device as well. You can prevent it by going to Settings> Synchronize and Disable "Themes" switch there.
When the theme is installed, the "Add to Chrome" icon appears to a grayscale
The theme is applied seamlessly in your browser without having to restart it.
Delete a theme
When you want to install a new theme, review the same process as described above. But if you just want to return to the classic, you need to restore Chrome to the default theme.
Deselect Chrome, click the menu icon and click "Settings" or type
Scroll until you see the Appearance section and then under Themes, click "Restore to default."
Since Chrome only keeps track of the latest theme you have installed, you do not need to delete any other themes. As soon as you click the button, everything goes back to how it used to be in the beginning: gray and white.