Scrollable TabStrip allows you to scroll tabs (left and right) when there are too many of them to fit in the view, allowing to open more tabs while making easier to find them instead of shrinking each tab to the point you can’t distinguish any of them. The option isn’t new, it’s been available for some time, but it’s not until version 88 that the feature works on Windows 10. In this guide, you’ll learn the steps to enable the “Scrollable TabStrip” feature in the Canary version of Chrome for Windows 10.

Enable Scrollable TabStrip in Chrome

To enable the feature to scroll through tabs in Chrome, use these steps: Once you complete the steps, open a lot of tabs until Chrome starts hiding the overflow, and then place the mouse pointer in the tab area and use the scroll wheel in the mouse to scroll through the open tabs. Enable scrollable tabstrip According to a Reddit post (via MSPowerUser), another update is expected that will also include buttons on either side of the tabstrip to scroll tabs without the need of the mouse wheel. If the feature isn’t working, it’s likely because you’re not using the version of Chrome that supports the feature. You will need to be using version 88 or a later release to see it work. All content on this site is provided with no warranties, express or implied. Use any information at your own risk. Always backup of your device and files before making any changes. Privacy policy info.