The Chromium-based Microsoft’s Edge browser has several innovative features built-in, and many of which you won’t find in Google Chrome. Now, you can customize your browser with several color themes. Here’s how to enable hidden color themes and customize your Microsoft Edge browser.
The latest version of Microsoft Edge 89 (canary build) has several hidden color themes built-in, along with the usual light and dark themes. It enables you to customize your favorite browser with a shade of 14 colors. The color themes are available on Edge for desktop only. It isn’t available on Android and iOS.
To customize your Edge Browser with hidden themes, you need to install Microsoft Edge canary build (version 89). Download your browser from Microsoft (link), install it on your PC and then follow the below steps. Google Chrome users, check my previous guide to customize it with the hidden themes and wallpapers.
Enable Hidden Theme on Microsoft Edge
- Open Edge browser, type edge://flags in the search bar, and hit Enter.
- You will enter into Edge experimental Flags page.
- Type “enable color picker” in the flags search box and look for Enable picker for color-based themes.
- Change the options from Default to Enabled and click on the “Restart” button to restart the browser.
Customize Edge with Color themes
- Open Edge browser, click on the three dots menu, and choose Settings.
- Click Customize in the left pane settings panel.
- Choose your color theme.
- Your browser windows will switch to your selected color theme immediately.
Note that Edge flags are experimental features that may unstable and may not function as expected. However, the above-given flag is working fine at my end without any issue.