Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Secret Revls New Google Bar

You might have hrd Google is in the process of changing the design of its controversial black Google Bar across the top of most of its products. The company announced in a blog post on Wednesday that its infamous Bar would be replaced with a pop-up that apprs when you move your cursor over the Google logo.
Now, we found a quick that will give you a first look at the redesign, and it’s as sy as downloading an extension, loading it into a Google Chrome browser, changing a small bit of and then enjoying that luxuriant new Google look that banishes the bar forever.
Want to say goodbye to that ugly black bar across the top of Google products? Follow our sy step-by-step tutorial below, and you’ll get to see the brand-new Google user interface before anyone else. Special thanks to Maximilian Majewski for this quick and sy .

1. Getthis Extension, then click Add to ChromeGet the "Edit This Cookie" extension: Click Install3. Go to while you're logged into your Google accountRight-click, then select Edit Cookies4. Click PREF, then select the "value" box by double clicking, background will turn blue.5. Copy and paste this into that box:ID=03fd476a699d6487:U=88e8716486ff1e5d:FF=0:LD=en:CR=2:TM=1322688084:LM=1322688085:S=McEsyvcXKMiVfGds6. At the bottom of the page, click "Submit Cookie Change."7. Restart your browser, then roll over the Google logo and take a look at the new Google user interface!

Update 1:
Some rders are reporting the update is now present on their browsers and Google accounts. To save you some time, check to see if the update is on your account before going through this process.
Either way, you can now access and use this new user interface. What do you think? Is it an improvement over the old black bar? What would you like to see instd? Should Google give you a way to revert to the old black bar?

Update 2:
If you’d rather just follow a list, here it is, courtesy of Maxilian Majewski:
1. Go get this extension to change cookies. Edit This Cookie
2. Load and right-click to edit the cookies.
3. Click “PREF” and then to Change "value" box, select the "value" box by double clicking (try triple-clicking it):
4. Don’t forget to save your changes at the bottom.
5. Reload and you have the new Google bar.
Source: Mashable Credit: Admin

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