With a market share of nearly 70 percent on the desktop, it’s pretty clear Google Chrome has millions of users testing the browser’s limits in various ways, including when it comes to handling a bigger number of tabs in the same active session.

And honestly, working with many tabs at the same time is something most of us do, and Google apparently knows this very well.

This is why the search giant has started the work on a new improvement for Google Chrome that would change how tabs are displayed in the browser.

More specifically, Leopeva64-2 discovered that Google is experimenting with different widths of tabs, allowing users to choose how they want them to be displayed in the browser.

New feature currently in Canary build

There are four different options available right now as part of an experimen… (read more)