In it’s wisdom Google Chrome has unified Chrome Browser for all devices, but because of this when you right click or use your bookmarks you will see that it has a spaced out look which for a lot of users is annoying.
Luckily you can turn it off as follows…
The parameter that you need to start Chrome with is –disable-new-menu-style. The easiest way to add this to Chrome’s start up is to add the parameter to the shortcut permanently.
If you are running Windows 7 or newer, a Chrome shortcut is likely pinned to the taskbar.
If that is the case, right-click the shortcut and select properties from the context menu.
If you do not have those operating systems or do not have Chrome pinned to the taskbar, open the start menu instead and locate Chrome there. Once found, right-click the shortcut and select properties from the context menu as well.
You need to locate the Target field and append the parameter to the end. So, after chrome.exe” you add the command. Note that there needs to be a space between the path and the parameter.
Restart Chrome Browser and the problem should be fixed.