Google Chrome will soon allow users to preview tabs on Windows 10

Google has been working hard on improving Chrome and while the web browser dominates the market, there are some nifty features available on other web browsers that are missing from Google Chrome. One such feature has been the tab preview option which was earlier available in Classic Microsoft Edge.

Back in October Google made the feature available on Chrome OS but it was missing on other platforms. Now Google has taken the feature under review according to a Chromium Gerrit (via Reddit). The feature will allow users to preview all the open tabs without navigating to the said tabs. The feature will also allow you to scroll through the different tab previews and even rearrange the previews with ease. The folks over at 9to5google posted a video back in October showcasing the feature in action.

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According to Chromium Gerrit, the feature seems to be in works only for Windows and Linux as there is no mention of macOS. Also, it’s missing an ETA at the moment but we do expect Google to roll out the feature to the Canary users soon. Once verified on Canary, Google will roll out the feature to all the Chrome users on Windows.

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