A developer channel teaser for the Microsoft Insider Program is now available, allowing users to see early designs of Windows 11. The impending release of Windows 11 has already prompted Microsoft to keep updating its apps to reflect the new looks, visual design, makes look, and visual appeal of the operating system. Windows 11’s attempt to transform effects and animations are also presented to Microsoft Edge Canary in the latest announcement. For a closer look, simply follow the instructions given in this article.
What is the New Visual Design on Edge on Windows 11?
All of the Windows 11 aesthetic touches are incorporated into Microsoft Edge’s new design. As part of Windows 11’s innovative universal design, with the glossy Edge title bar, transparent appearance, as well as the new Edge window and the side menu panels have curved edges. In contrast, a larger screen uses the mica implication.
With Windows 11, Microsoft Edge’s upcoming interface update will arrive, and more promising work has been sighted in the browser’s Canary builds. It appears that Microsoft is trying a new innovative flag called “Enable Windows 11 visual updates” in Edge Canary.
Preview of New Visual Design
Microsoft’s official Windows Insider account unveiled a new flag for Edge. As a result, users of Microsoft Edge Canary on Windows 11 now can preview the latest design and layout, which complements the latest design language of Windows 11. There has also been one update since Windows 11 was announced two weeks earlier, and it is one of the several new things and modifications that have been made public.
How to Enable the New Visual Design on Edge on Windows 11?
Follow the steps below to enable the new Visual Design on Edge on Windows 11/10: –
Updating the Edge to Newest Version
Step 1: Open Microsoft Edge Canary in a new tab or tabs.