Microsoft is bringing a new batch of customisation options to Edge, allowing you to totally customize the look of your browser.
According to a report published by techradar, Microsoft is getting more colourful with Edge. In future versions of the browser is will be possible to choose from a wide range of themes to help create a personalised look.
The new options let you choose from 14 colour-based themes and download even more styles from the Chrome Web Store. The similarity in approach is a result of Edge now being based on the same Chromium engine as Google’s Chrome browser.
The choices available from within Edge are Morning Fog, Icy Mint, Island Gateway, Cool Breeze, Silly Pink, Bubblegum, Sunny day, Mango Paradise, Dark and Stormy, Cool State, Moonlight Glow, Juicy Plum, Spicy Red, and Mystical Forest. Like the names of paint in the hardware store, not all of these give much of a hint about what to expect in terms of colour, but there is a helpful preview to help you to make your choice.
As is very often the case with new features like this, Microsoft is testing them out on people using preview builds of Edge. If you want to take a look at the new customization options for yourself, you need to be running the Canary build of Edge 91 or the Dev build of Edge 90.