In any web browser, the toolbar represents an important item. It makes the browsing experience hassle-free and navigation easier. You can even personalize it to fit your needs. In Google Chrome this process is quite easy. Use this workaround to restore the missing Chrome Top Toolbar in Windows.
How to get Toolbar back on Chrome?
Chrome Toolbar can help you search Google from any webpage, fill out web forms, translate webpages, and do a lot more. Sometimes, the full-screen mode can cause the toolbar to disappear. So, you can toggle the full-screen mode on or off by pressing F11 (On some keyboards you may need to use Fn+F11) and check if it solves the problem. If not try this workaround.
How to restore missing Chrome Top Toolbar in Windows?
A typical browser toolbar consists of elements like a home button, a search bar, bookmarks bar, extensions, and more. So, if you find one or more of these elements missing from your browser use this workaround to restore most of the items in it.
- Launch Google Chrome browser.
- Type the following in the Address bar –
- Hit Enter key.
- Scroll down to the Appearance section.
- Turn On Show bookmarks option
- Enable the Show Home button option.
- Likewise, enable Autofill, Spell-check, and other options via the Extensions menu.
Launch Google Chrome browser. Make sure you are running the latest version of the browser.
Type the following in the address bar of the browser and hit the Enter key – chrome://settings/.
When the Settings screen loads, scroll down to the Appearance section.
Under it, locate Show bookmarks entry. Toggle the switch to On position, if you find it disabled.
Now, if you would like to add the home button to the toolbar, enable Show home button option.
Where is the browser toolbar in Chrome?
The browser toolbar in Chrome appears at the top of the browser window, above the viewing pane. It can be configured to search Google from any webpage, fill out web forms, translate webpages, and more.
What is the toolbar and menu bar?
The Toolbar has a set of icons or buttons for frequently-used commands whereas the Menu bar displays the available menus and commands.
Hope it helps!