I believe it was under display before this. Chrome:flags enables a variety of additional settings you can use to customize your browser.

Customize your desktop At the bottom or side of your screen, you'll see a row of apps, called the shelf. Since the new Windows update installed last night, all of my menu/ribbon font sizes have gotten very small. Edge Menu bar and customizing tool bar Hi - I'm a traditionalist with computer UI's. Customize font sizes for menu bars, ribbons, etc. Getting started is simple. You can edit this file to hide unwanted menu items, move the tab bar below the navigation toolbar, view multiple rows on your bookmarks toolbar, and do other things that normally wouldn’t be possible. Google Toolbar is only available for Internet Explorer. I cannot locate the place to change menu font sizes. I upgraded Chrome and now the text is small and black. Much more useful than the black bar, particularly when you see all the FF users who come over to Chrome, but who only stick around for a few hours until they realize Chrome has no Menu Bar, and then subsequently uninstall Chrome. Try Chrome, Google’s fast modern browser, to get all of the features of Toolbar and more.

Making a Menu Bar would go a long way toward reeling in FF users. I recently re-upgraded to windows 10 -- the edge browser does not have the traditional File/Edit/View etc menu bar on the top - its highly disconcerting to not have them up there. Is there any way that I can either downgrade Chrome or change the font color and size on the bookmarks bar and tabs to get it back to how it was before? If there's an app you use frequently, you can pin it to the shelf for quick access. Just type “chrome:flags” in the Google Chrome address bar and press Enter. There is no issue with me seeing the text as the background is purple, but the change is bothering me. Firefox Quantum‘s interface is still extremely customizable thanks to its userChrome.css file. In this article I will describe some of the more useful chrome:flags options and show you how to use them.