In this guide, we will show you the steps to fix the large tab bar size in Microsoft Edge and make it smaller. When it comes to Chromium-based browsers, then the offering from the Redmond giant is usually at the top of the pecking queue for many users. However, as of late, it is on a feature-releasing spree, some of which hasn’t gone down too well with the majority of its user base.
The latest one in this regard is the large tab bar size in the Edge browser which Microsoft introduced in the latest update version 117.0.2045.31. Right after you install this update, the browser will automatically enable the Touch Mode so that the users who are on a touch-based device can easily navigate via these large tab sizes. But what about the majority of the users who don’t even use touchscreen PCs? Well, it seems Microsoft forgot about that segment of the user.
Seriously how could a company roll out such a major feature and straightaway implement it which will only benefit a niche segment of its users? Anyway, keeping that aside, the good news is that you do have granular control over this feature. In other words, you could easily make the tab bar size smaller in Microsoft Edge. And in this guide, we will show you how to do just that. Follow along.
Microsoft Edge Large Tab Bar Size: How to Make it Smaller
In order to get this job done, you just need to head over to Settings > Appearance and disable the toggle next to Touch Mode. So carry out this tweak and it should fix the large tab bar size in Microsoft Edge. If you have any queries concerning the aforementioned steps, do let us know in the comments. We will get back to you with a solution at the earliest.
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