How to enable Chrome Flags for testing new experimental features
Google Chrome is one of the most popular web browsers out there and with every update, it just gets better. Every chrome update brings in performance improvements, bug fixes, and some new features. While these features are really good and mostly everyone loves them sometimes it takes a really long time for them to roll out to the general audience.
Hence, if you are someone who wants early access to try out these new features there’s a trick that allows you to do that. Enabling Flags on Google Chrome allows you to try out some hidden features however not many people know how it’s done. Hence in this guide, we are going to show you How to enable Chrome Flags for testing new experimental features. Without waiting further, let’s get started.
Step 1: Open Chrome on your Windows 10 system and enter the following address in your address bar.
Step 2: A new page will pop up on your screen with the title “Experiments” and you’ll see two categories – Available and Unavailable. In the Available section search for “Experimental Web Platform Features.” You can either scroll all the way down looking for it or you can simply press Ctrl + S key on your keyboard and search it using the search bar.
Step 3: Once you’ve found the “Experimental Web Platform Features.” option in the Available section click on the drop-down menu right next to it and Enable the feature by selecting “Enabled“.
Step 4: Once you’ve enabled the experimental features you’ll be asked to restart your Google Chrome browser. Do it and the hidden features will be up for you.
That’s all, folks! Please note that since these are experimental features you may notice some problems when you are playing around with them. Were we helpful? Let us know in the comments below and If you liked this guide, then don’t forget to share it using the social media buttons.