Recently we posted about a secret trick for Google Chrome to add a hidden "Purge Memory" button in its Task Manager window which can be read at following link:
Today in this topic, we are going to share another secret trick to reveal a hidden option in Google Chrome. This trick will add a new option "Toggle Frame Type" in Chrome's titlebar which will allow you to enable or disable Aero Glass transparency effect in Google Chrome window.
By default if you are using Windows Vista or Windows 7 and if you are using Aero glass theme, Google Chrome window shows the Aero glass frame instead of its built-in window frame. But with the help of this secret trick, you can enjoy the built-in frame in Google Chrome even if you are using Aero glass theme in Windows.
So if you also want to add this new option, check out following simple steps:
1. Right-click on Google Chrome's shortcut and select Properties option.
2. Now you just need to add --debug-enable-frame-toggle text string at the end of the existing string present in Target text box as shown in following screenshot:
Make sure there is a blank space between existing string and your new string.
3. That's it. Apply the changes and restart Chrome.
4. Now right-click on Chrome's titlebar and click on "Toggle Frame Type" option and it'll turn Aero glass off in Chrome's window.
To again enable Aero glass mode, click on the option again. So it works like a switch to turn Aero glass mode on and off.