Google Chrome For Windows 8

Finally, Google Chrome has been upgraded for Windows 8. Well, there is no drastic change between desktop version and the very new Windows 8 version. The Windows 8 version has thicker tabs, slightly different color theme, wrench icon has been replaced with a different icon having three horizontal lines.

The default browser in Windows 8 has been set to ‘IE’ where all the HTTP websites get opened automatically. Now, to open it in Chrome automatically, you need to set Google Chrome for Windows 8 as you default browser. Also, to enjoy the all new modified Chrome in Windows 8, you need to set it as default. Let me give you a step-by-step tutorial on how to set Chrome as default Windows 8 browser.

You can also check out more Windows 8 Tutorials.

How To Set Google Chrome For Windows 8 As Default Browser:

  • Once you have successfully installed, open it.
  • Click on wrench icon.

Google Chrome For Windows 8

  • Head over to the ‘Settings’ option.
  • Under the ‘Default Browser’ settings, click on ‘Make Google Chrome My Default Browser’.

Google Chrome For Windows 8

  • This will bring you a pop-up where you need to select your default browser. Click on ‘Google Chrome’ to set Chrome as your Windows 8 default browser.

Google Chrome Windows 8

  • Yup.. there you are. You can check the difference between the two. Take a look over the screenshot below:

  • Go ahead and experience the difference yourself. Download Google Chrome for Windows 8 now.

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