Microsoft has adopted a new effect called mica on Windows 11, and Microsoft’s own browser Microsoft Edge has gradually adapted this style.
What’s interesting is that according to the changelog, the Google Chrome development team seems to be adapting to this new style, but we haven’t seen whether the actual effect is good or not.
What is certain is that Google Chrome will adapt to the rounded corner style of Windows 11. It is unclear whether it contains other mica effects and icons in addition to rounded corners.
If it is fast, the new effect of adaptation should come in the Canary version of Google Chrome, so interested users may wish to pay attention to the changes in the Canary version later.