Google Chrome Gets Dark Mode Support on Windows 10

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Google has begun rolling out version 74 of its Chrome web browser that adds dark mode support to Windows 10. The feature previously was made available on macOS through version 73. The update is available for macOS, Windows, and Linux users.

To enable dark mode, you’ll have to go into the Windows 10 settings menu, then navigate to Personalization > Colors. Afterward, select the OS’ dark mode and you’ll see Chrome instantly switch to a dark, sleeker UI. It’s pretty much identical to that of incognito mode. For distinction, incognito mode now has a text label indicating when you’re in that mode.

In addition to dark mode, Chrome 74 also adds some accessibility features along with some under-the-hood enhancements.




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