Google has fixed the nagging asymmetry in Chrome’s ‘new page’ tab

Google has rolled out an update for Chrome that corrects the annoying asymmetry in the browser’s ‘new page’ tab – so you no longer have to flinch in agony every time you lay your eyeballs on it. Last week, we wrote about an inconsistency in Chrome after attentive users took to Reddit to point out that the search box in the ‘new page’ tab was not properly aligned with the thumbnails for your most visited websites. Fortunately, the Big G was quick to sort out the flaw. Here’s how the ‘new page’ tab looks now: As we explained in our previous post, the misalignment had…

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