Google celebrates Chrome’s 10th birthday with major design overhaul, more powerful omnibox, improved password manager

Google Chrome turns 10 today! To celebrate the 10th anniversary, Google is rolling out Chrome with a new design and features across all browsers including desktop, iOS, and Android. First up, new-look for chrome. Starting today, users will see more rounded shaped corners, new icons, and a new color palette. It also comes with new rounded tabs, which is designed to be easier to see and useful for those who like to have too many tabs open in their browser.

Secondly, Google also made some tweaks to the auto fill department as well. The latest version called Chrome 69, it will accurately fill in passwords, addresses, and credit card numbers into forms. All this information is saved to your Google account, and can also now be accessed directly from the Chrome toolbar.

Thirdly, the company is getting an improved password manager, where Chrome will now generate one for you and will save it, and next time you sign in, it’ll be there, on both your laptop and phone. With these updates, the Omnibox in chrome will now show your answers directly in the address bar without having to open a new tab.

If you find yourself with two dozen tabs open across three browser windows, you can Search for a website in your Omnibox and Chrome will tell you if it’s already open and let you jump straight to it with “Switch to tab.” Soon, you’ll be able to search files from your Google Drive directly in your Omnibox too.