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In Windows 8 mode, note that the browser occupies the entire screen and can't be resized (except to snap it alongside one other Windows 8 app). The tabs look the same as in the desktop version, and you can switch back with an option on the Chrome menu.
When you're running in Windows 8 mode, you can pin a shortcut to the Start screen using this option.
This dialog box should be familiar to any Windows 8 user. It's identical to the one you see when you pin a favorite to Start when Internet Explorer is the default browser.
Chrome remembers your choice of Windows 8 (Metro style) or desktop. When you click a shortcut on the Start screen, you go to the environment you used most recently.