Ubuntu and most Linux distribution generally shows title bar for Chromium by default. The Operating System or Desktop Environment already has system's title bar thus it's redundant and takes up precious screen real estate. Google Chrome however doesn't show the title bar when first installed.
You can hide the title bar for Google Chrome and Chromium web browser from the browser's Settings page.
Step-by-step video guide:
Steps to hide title bar for Chromium web browser:
page by going to chrome://settings
at the location bar.
Scroll down to the Appearance
section or by clicking on the sidebar menu.
Toggle the option switch for Use system title bar and borders
option to no longer show the Chromium
's title bar.
Author: Mohd Shakir Zakaria
Cloud architect by profession but always consider himself as a developer, entrepreneur and an opensource enthusiast.
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