This article explains how to enable or disable a new feature currently available in the Microsoft Edge Canary build that allows users to use rounded corners for browser windows.
The Microsoft Edge browser is the default browser in Windows 11. However, users can switch to their preferred or favorite browser anytime. Edge is based on Chromium, similar to Google Chrome and other Chromium-based browsers today.
The Edge browser team is working on a new feature that isn’t yet available to all users. However, it is currently added to the development version of Edge, which is making its way to all users.
This feature lets you turn on or off using rounded browser frames that bring visual separation.
Turn on or off use rounded corners for browser windows in Edge
As described above, a new feature in the Microsoft Edge development version or Canary build allows users to use rounded corners for browser windows.
Here’s how to enable or disable it in Edge.
First, download and install the Canary build for the Edge browser from the link below, or wait until it’s generally available to all users.
Next, open the Microsoft Edge browser. Then type the URL into the address bar and press the Enter key.
When you reach the Microsoft Edge rounded corners settings, please enable the flag if not already enabled.
- Default (Same as Enabled)
Once enabled, you will be prompted to restart your browser.
Next, click on Setting and more (Alt+F) 3 horizontal dots button on the top right corner and select Settings.
Next, click on Appearance on the left menu.
On the Settings -> Appearance settings pane, under the Customize appearance section, toggle the button on the tile that says “Use rounded corners for browser windows” to On or Off.
When you make the change above, your browser will prompt you to restart. After restarting, you should see rounded corner windows for your browser.
This post showed you how to enable or disable rounded corners windows in the Microsoft Edge browser. Please use the comment form below if you find any errors above or have something to add.