Websites must now have a mobile version by default. Conveniently, we can search the Internet for the most part optimized for mobile phones. But what if you want the desktop experience on the phone? If you want, you can surf the mobile web and only view the desktop version of websites on Android devices.
If you have a larger device, surfing the desktop version may be preferable. You may also prefer the layout of a desktop browser. On some websites, the desktop web may be prioritized, potentially causing the mobile counterpart to be malformed and the feature to be incomplete.
Turn on desktop browsing
Open the Chrome app and tap the three dots in the upper-right corner. When you do this, a menu is displayed. Here's the Desktop Site button ̵
The browsing experience is no longer optimized for cell phones. You stay on the desktop while surfing while on the current tab. All websites you visit are in desktop mode. If you leave the current tab, Chrome will return to mobile browsing. To return to mobile web surfing, you'll need to disable this option or bring up a new tab in Chrome.