Facebook to launch a new version for it’s desktop users
Facebook is one of the most popular social networking apps in the world. It was founded by Mark Zuckerberg on February 4, 2004. There are more than 2.5 billion people who use this app for connecting to people as per the current record. Facebook is one of the most valuable companies as it is considered as the top five company along with Microsoft, Amazon, Apple, and Google.
The site has announced on Friday that it is all set to launch its redesign desktop website to all there users. It said that the new version of Facebook will be the default for all its user who uses the platform on their computer, as per the TechChurch repot.
CEO of Facebook Mark Zuckerberg made an announcement of the new desktop version for Facebook in October last year at F8 2019. But earlier this year only a few people were able to access the new version and as per last month the “majority of people on Facebook” are able to enable these new updates.
Facebook has now made it easy to navigate with the top bar that provides quick access to the website’s home such as, watch, market place, group, and gaming pages.
The user can notice that the signature blue colour tone of Facebook is no longer seen. As the website has tweaked the design so that it could build a dark mode view onto the website. This can be enabled through the toggle located in the drop- drown settings menu.
The company has said that” the home page will load faster and the search results will be more effective and efficient” from the new update so from now it would be easier and fast to use Facebook.
The website has now modified it design to different scale size of the window so from now you can experience the full-screen version of the website. This issue is mostly seen if you use Window’s 10 snap function or you have Window manager on macOS.
Although the user has to wait for this week or two as the company is working on to present the complete model without any loopholes and they can easily enjoy the new upgraded version Facebook on to their desktop screen.