New Halo TV series themes let you personalize Microsoft Edge
You can personalize Microsoft Edge to show your love for the new Halo TV series.
What you need to know
- Microsoft has two browser themes inspired by the new Halo TV series.
- The themes change the new tab page, accent color, and other elements of Edge to match the look and feel of the show.
- The Halo TV series premiered on Paramount Plus on March 24, 2022.
The Halo TV series debuted last week on March 24, 2022. The show has received mixed reviews, though the majority of our readers liked the first episode. If you like the Halo TV series or just like the look of some images inspired by it, Microsoft has some Edge themes for you.
Two new Halo themes are available through the Edge Add-ons store, both inspired by the story of the TV show. The Prophets theme switches your browser's accent color to gray and adds a striking image with three thrones to your new tab page. The Artifact theme has green accents and an image of Master Chief reaching into a device (no spoilers).
"Personalize Microsoft Edge with a new browser theme inspired by the Halo series on Paramount+," read the descriptions for each theme. "This theme changes the look and feel of your browser and the new tab page to create a beautiful and immersive visual experience inspired by the series. You can also apply different themes to each profile to help you easily separate home, school, or work."
While Paramount Plus has not shared viewership figures for the first episode of the Halo TV series, the show was the most-viewed premiere ever on the streaming service.
These themes let you customize the look of Microsoft Edge with backgrounds inspired by the Halo TV series.
Paramount+ offers its subscribers access to countless TV shows and movies, including exclusive shows like the Halo TV series and Star Trek: Picard. It's available via the Paramount website, with apps also offered on iOS, Android, and popular TV app stores.
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