How to Make Microsoft Edge Match the Design of Windows 11

If you are using the stable version of Microsoft Edge (at least version 102), we have good news for you. As spotted by Neowin Microsoft is now extensively testing a hidden web browser redesign on Windows 11. The new design sports more rounded, floating tabs (similar to Firefox) and also sports elements of Microsoft’s Fluent Design and Mica design languages.

This comes after testing began in the Canary build a few weeks ago. But what matters is that this design now matches the look of Windows 11. So if you want to try this redesign today, you can do so in just a few steps. Here’s how.

Update Microsoft Edge

How to enable the new Windows 11-inspired design in Microsoft Edge - - June 3, 2022

To start, you need to make sure that you have updated to the latest version of Microsoft Edge. Currently, this is Edge version 102. Head to the settings menu at the top of the web browser, choose Help & Feedback, then About Microsoft Edge. Make sure Edge Build 102 is downloading, then let it finish. When done, follow the prompt to restart your browser or exit it manually.

Go turn on that flag and reboot

How to enable the new Windows 11-inspired design in Microsoft Edge - - June 3, 2022

Once you are on Edge 102, navigate to this URL. edge://flags/#edge-visual-rejuv-show-settings . From there, on the highlighted option that has a circular blue dot, you’ll want to make sure you’ve selected the Enabled option. You will then want to restart your web browser by either quitting it or choosing the Restart option at the bottom of the page.

Adjust a parameter

How to enable the new Windows 11-inspired design in Microsoft Edge - - June 3, 2022

Flag activated, all you have to do is go back to the Edge settings. Then choose Appearance . From there, you’ll want to make sure that Show Windows 11 visual effects in title bar and toolbar option is enabled. Also, make sure use rounded corners for browser tabs is also enabled. You will then need to restart your web browser again by clicking the blue Restart button. You should then see that Edge looks very different, similar to our featured image above.

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Just one of many app redesigns in Windows

This new Microsoft Edge redesign is just one of many that have already taken place in Windows 11. Microsoft has already tested (and rolled out) redesigns for the Notepad app, Clock, Photos app, as well as the media player. The company is obviously aiming for greater design consistency across Windows and Edge’s new look is just icing on the cake.

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