Google has updated its browser Chrome to version 30 with new changes. Now, the new tab page has changed to a simplified Google homepage with thumbnails of most visited pages below the search box, Apps button on bookmark bar, etc. However, some users still longing for the previous new tab page with “Most Visited”, “Apps”, “Other Devices” and “Recently Closed” options on their new tab page for various reasons.

If you are one of those Chrome users who want the “Most Visited”, “Apps”, “Other Devices” and “Recently Closed” options back on your Chrome, here is how it is. Google didn’t removed this option from Chrome.

– Open your Chrome, type chrome://flags in the address bar and hit Enter.

-Search for “Enable Instant Extended API” option. Just press the F3 key, type the word “instant extended” in the search box and it will take you right to the line.

Chrome-Flags

– Change the Default option to Disabled and click “Relaunch now” button in the bottom-left corner of the screen.

Now, when you open a new tab in Google Chrome, you will have the old options that were there before the upgrade.

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