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These days, multitasking has become an essential feature for most Window users. And for this purpose, today the majority of the operating systems are adding this feature to improve the multitasking experience of the users. Not only the operating systems, but many web browsers are also providing this feature to the users. Google has also added a new feature for the Chrome Canary users that enables them to rename the browser windows on their computer system. It is a great multitasking feature that will provide users with a better experience. Recently, Google Chrome has added a tab grouping feature for the users, and right now, it is also working on an automatic tab grouping feature. Google has always served its users with the best products and services. It keeps on working to improve the user’s experience, and that is the main reason for the popularity of this company.

If you are also one of the users of the Google Chrome Canary web browser, then you should know everything about this new upcoming feature. And for this, we are here for you. Here, we will tell you everything about this new feature of Chrome Canary. The following article will provide you with a detailed explanation of Chrome Canary’s new feature called “Window Naming”. To get the details, please go through the complete article.

About Chrome Canary’s Window Naming Feature

In these times, when we spend most of our time surfing the web, we all need more accessibility to make our work easier and comfortable. And for this purpose, it seems that Google is trying hard to meet the users’ demands. The Window Naming feature of the Chrome Canary browser is a very useful feature that will enable the users to organize their browser windows more efficiently. With this, the window management and switching will become much easier for the users. The Window Naming feature will enable the users to set custom names for all the Chrome browser windows. This way, the users will be able to classify their browser windows based on their contents quickly. Using this feature is quite easy and convenient for all users. Right now, you can find this new feature behind a Chrome flag present in the latest Google Chrome Canary version.

Do you want to test this feature? Want some tips on how to try out this new upcoming feature? If you are interested in checking out this new functionality, then here’s what you need to do:

  • Firstly, navigate to the site “chrome://flags” and then search for the feature “Window Naming’.
  • Once you are done with enabling the flag, you will need to restart your browser. When you restart the browser, you will notice an option of “Name Window” on your screen. You will see this option after right-clicking on Chrome’s header.
  • Here, click on the Name Window option and then a dialogue box will appear on your screen where you can set a custom name for the browser window.
  • Type any name that you want to set for the browser window.  And at last, select the option of “OK” to complete the process.

By repeating the steps mentioned above, you can set a name for all the browser windows that you have opened on your computer system. You can see the name assigned to the browser windows in the taskbar thumbnail preview. For that, you will need to move your mouse cursor to Chrome’s icon on the taskbar. For now, the feature is available for the Windows 10 users, and on Chrome Canary, it is available for Linux, Chrome OS, and Android users as well. We hope that Google will soon make the feature available in the stable version of Google Chrome. Until then, you can try out this feature by following the procedure mentioned above.

And that’s all for now. Don’t forget to share your reviews about this feature. To stay updated with all the latest information, please stay tuned with us and visit our website.

Source : https://themartwiki.com/blog/chrome-canary-adds-a-new-feature-that-lets-you-rename-browser-windows/


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