Over time, Google Chrome’s context menu has gained new options: translator, page search, sharing, bookmarks, recent tabs … Finding the option you need involves reading all the texts in a endless menu, something that will be a little easier now, with the new menu with icons.
One of the new features of Google Chrome 86 were several alternative designs for the context menu, albeit optional – they were activated by Chrome flags. From now on, already in version 87 of Google Chrome, Google activates the redesign of the menu that adds icons
New menu in Google Chrome
After several years in which the Google Chrome menu is basically the same, but with more options, browser version 86 has finally tidied up, albeit optional. It included several Chrome indicators for change design and behavior of said menu.
This new menu is now enabled for users without having to touch any Chrome flags, although in its most basic version, with icons
However, you can still customize the menu even more since chrome: // flags, by modifying the value of
#tabbed-app-overflow-menu-regroup a Enabled in one of its variations that change the button displayed at the top.
If you think the top of the menu has too many buttons, you can change the flag
By the way, these changes only apply to Chrome’s main menu, but not the context menu that appears when you long-press an image or link. This one had its redesign in 2019, albeit without icons. If you still don’t get the icons, try clear chrome cache (from the app, not from the browser cache).
Via | 9to5Google