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Google on Tuesday launched a gallery of 29 themes for Google Chrome. But Mozilla, while refraining from sniggering, boasted it's now up to 20,000.
Cosmetic changes are, well, cosmetic, but a lot of people like them as a way to add some flair to their machines. Many had been pestering Google to add themes support even though Chrome employs a Spartan user interface without much acreage for artistry. Last week's developer version of Chrome added a "Get themes" button in the Options dialog box, and now Google has flipped the switch to activate the Web page that button points to.
Just love it! I just hope that extensions will be coming next. There are ways to do add extensions, but it requires a lot of registry changes that I'm not willing to deal with for now.
Note: This only works for the Google Chrome Developer version.