YouTube is launching some major changes to its desktop homepage today.

The biggest change is literally making everything biggerYouTube is removing a few rows of content to bring larger, more visually pleasing thumbnails to the website’s frontpage. The video previews, which you see when you hover over a thumbnail before clicking it, will also be higher quality.

In addition, video titles will run longer, leaving less of a possibility that the title will be cut off before you can read what it is exactly you’re clicking on. YouTube is also adding the channel’s icon next to each video on the homepage, making it even clearer to users who exactly is behind each video. Read more…

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