Google Chrome 69 was released earlier this week, bringing, among other things, a new one UI with round tabs and other sophisticated elements.
As it turns out, the new look creates some performance issues in many systems, especially those with high DPI screens.
Basically, the fonts in tabs blurry due to Google Chrome, using a lower contrast configuration than the previous generation.
Because, eventually, there are plenty of those who complain, Microsoftie Scott Hanselman, a Twitter user, also facing this problem created an exclusive extension of Google Chrome 69, which is supposed to make the text on the tabs completely black, making it easier to read it.
Let me tell you, however, that Hanselman's solution does not work the same for all users so the only sure solution to your problem at the moment is the return to the previous version. You can also return to the classic Google Chrome theme. Of course, it's a matter of time until Google blocks this feature, causing everyone to be forced to use the new UI.
At present, the Google for its part, has not released any possible solution to the error, which will surely not be long before we can only wait.