The Google browser will get a new design when the Chrome 69 update arrives on September 4th.
We do not know the details of visual changes, but they are probably the rounded categories for Material Design overhaul shown in July.
Company Enterprise Release Notes mention some of the new features that focus on Windows integration, security and stability.
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In terms of security, it will include full integration for password extension to prevent suspicious sites from getting access to your accounts (both Google and non-Google). This fits with what the company said if tech giants do their part to help protect anyone using the web.
Crash crash should be reduced because "third party code is now blocked by default ", which means that remote software can not be added to the browser process (unless access is temporarily enabled).
The update will also press Adobe Flashby requiring you to grant permission to that websites should use it every time you start the browser – continues the phasing process that has been going on for years.
Google re did not immediately respond to a request for further comment.