With the releasing of the Android 5.0 Lollipop, Google was looking for to introduce several improvements to get a better operative system. The improvements are a lot and the users that already tested this new version of the operative system are delighted with the implemented changes.
One of the news that it’s make an impression it’s the implementation of the new design: the Material Design. This new Android interface, design by Matías Duarte, it’s based on more dinamic colors, flat and minimalist shapes and several animations that catch the users eyes. All very careful and focused on making the Android user experience even better.
Because of this changes in the Android inteface the applications have been suffering modifications as well. And these aren’t just aesthetic, they are on the functionality level too, an example of that it’s the Google Chrome and its separators.
The new Android version does not only shows the separators inside the application but in separate windows, which means that if we want to change between separators we should access to the application changing area and change to the separator that we want. This is a functionality that could be useful for some but at the same time could affect others. Because of that, today we will teach you how to come back to the old system that worked on Chrome.
To come back to the old system you don’t need to use an installation of an extra application, because the change should be done directly on Google Chrome.
- Access to the Chrome definitions, pressing the menu button that it’s on the top right corner;
- Search the option “Join Tabs an Applications”. By default it comes activated, so we should disable that if we want to come back to the old system;
- Automatically we are send to the last Tab that we had open and now we already have the old button that allows the changing between tabs in the previous versions.
Now we don’t need to use the application changing area to change to a separator because now they all are on the same application, like previously.