If you use the Google Chrome browser to visit websites on the Internet, you may have heard of the so-called "Chrome Flags". If this is your first time, you may be wondering what they are and how to activate them.

Here we would like to give you answers to these questions.

What are Chrome Flags used for?

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Many functions that are still in a test phase on the part of the developers are already included in the current Chrome Browser version, but have not yet been activated. By means of so-called "Chrome Flags", users can activate these functions and use them before they are included as standard in the next version.

Chrome Flags are therefore for testing purposes and may of course still contain errors. However, many of them already give a good insight into the upcoming functions of the Chrome browser, which is why it is quite interesting to take a look here.

How can I activate the Chrome Flags in my browser?

It's quite simple. We would like to show you here where the setting for this is located. 1:

1. First open the Chrome browser on your computer, smartphone or tablet.

2. Now enter the following command in the address line of the browser: chrome://flags

3. Confirm the entry by pressing the enter key.

Chrome Flags Overview

You will now see the overview page with all Chrome Flags that you can activate. By default, these are deactivated.

The page is divided into two columns: Available and Unavailable. You can scroll through the Available list or search for a specific flag.

Once you have found the flag, go to the small drop-down arrow next to it and select "Enable". To activate the function, the browser must now be restarted once.

You now know what flags mean in Google Chrome and how you can easily activate this function.

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