Microsoft has been very active in improving Chromium and has made improvements in several areas, including rolling improvements and better Web application support.
Not long ago, Edge (based on Chromium) has been implemented to support modern color selectors, as follows (the former is a traditional color selector, the latter is a modern color selector):
Now, Microsoft is improving Chromium-based browsers to allow deeper integration with modern Windows 10 settings.
Microsoft has proposed a new improvement that allows Chrome and other Chromium-based browsers to open modern printer settings instead of traditional Explorer-based printer pages. Microsoft pointed out in Commit that simple protocol startup support can redirect users to modern printer pages.
Microsoft wrote in Commit:
On Windows 10, in modern setup applications, there will be a new Manage/Add (manage / add) printer UI, that is more friendly than the traditional control panel UI. There is a simple protocol startup on RS1 to redirect the user to it.
The Google Chrome Canary version has been updated. In ChromeCanary.
Previously, Chrome had been using Internet Explorer's settings dialog box as a network proxy option, but now it is also slowly changing. In the Chrome Canary version, Google engineer David Benjamin developed a new feature that guides users to proxy settings for Windows 10 instead of legacy dialogs.
In Commit, Google engineers also share the following information:
The new Win10 dialog box looks more modern and goes directly to proxy settings than the Internet Explorer Settings dialog box, which reduces confusion.
With improvements from Microsoft and Google, this feature will be available on Chrome Canary and Edge Dev/Canary.