Chrome is one of the most popular web browsers, but many users complain about the tab colors.
Google Chrome doesn’t allow you to change the color of the tabs. You will see the same colors as the tabs you have open.
If Chrome tabs aren’t showing different colors, be sure to use this guide.
- Chrome changes your tab color to match its theme, and in this article, we will show you how to change your tab color in Google Chrome.
- Changing your tab color is also a great way to differentiate tabs that belong to you from others.
- Chrome’s tab colors change according to the theme you’re using, but you can still change your tab’s color.
Modify the Chrome’s settings
- Click the Chrome menu.
- Select Settings.
- Click the Advanced option.
- In the Appearance section, click the Colors option.
- Select the Text tab, and modify the Background drop-down menu.
Reset Google Chrome
- Click on More tools > Advanced Settings > click on Reset
- Click Reset in the confirmation dialog box
- Download Google Chrome
Allow Google Chrome to “Steal focus”
- On Android, tap and hold on Google Chrome icon on the home screen of your device.
- Tap on the three-dots icon and select “Keep in Launcher”.
- On iPhone, open Google Chrome app and tap on “Share” icon.
- Now, tap on “Keep in Launcher” icon.
Use another browser
- Chrome’s error can sometimes be fixed by simply changing to another browser. If the issue is specific to Chrome, try switching to another browser to check if the error persists.
- Resize the tab
If the error happens with a specific tab, try resizing the tab.
- Reload the tab
Reloading the tab might fix the issue. The attempt to change tab color fails sometimes due to some issues, so reloading the tab may resolve the issue.
- Disable the High Contrast Mode
Chrome’s High Contrast Mode can be helpful for people with low vision. However, some users reported that disabling the High Contrast Mode, fixed the error.