Windows 8, latest version of Windows Operating System by Microsoft, came with some advanced features. One is the traditional desktop view whereas Metro UI is completely new interface.
Just like Windows 8 Operating System, most of it’s applications also have different appearance to be viewed. Google Chrome Browser is also among such Windows 8 apps which can be viewed in two different ways – Metro Inspired view along-with traditional Windows view.
Metro Style Google Chrome Interface is a Google chrome’s appearance that always opens with full screen view while opening Chrome Browser from Metro shortcut screen of Windows 8.
If you prefer general view ( traditional Chrome view ) then you can easily disable the Touched optimized user interface to get rid of annoying Google chrome font. Traditional Google Chrome view also helps to increase browsing speed.
How To Disable Metro View Of Google Chrome
Open the hidden setting of Chrome and you can be able to make that changes.
For this: Open up Chrome Browser.
Type chrome://flags in the Address bar and hit enter.
This will open up experimental setting options for Google Chrome.
Navigate to Touch Optimized UI and change the “Disabled” value from the drop-down option.
Click the “Relaunch Now” button to restart chrome browser for the setting to take effect.
That’s all. Now it is not the matter what shortcut or application you use to launch Google Chrome or any web pages, always Google Chrome’s desktop view will be opened.
You can also alter cache size and location of Google Chrome also.