Google Chrome to add dark mode support for Windows 10 in April
One of the major trends these days is the addition of dark mode to apps and software. It seems that the tech giants are once again inclined to bring darker colours to screens. A few days ago it was Microsoft that upgraded its mail and calendar app to dark mode. Now, it is Google Chrome‘s turn to be uplifted to dark mode most likely in April 2019.
Chrome is a vast browsing platform. Its parent website, Google, regularly introduces new changes to Chrome to keep it up to date and intuitive.
According to the latest news from the tech world reports the implementation of dark mode on Google Chrome. According to the reports, Chrome newest version 74 will offer system-wide dark mode on both Windows and macOS.
This new version 74 is expected to hit the screens in April 2019. At the moment, it is in the Canary release stage, but it already supports dark mode on both Windows and macOS.
The dark mode can be enabled on both Windows and macOS by changing the theme settings to dark. Changing the theme setting to dark enables the system-wide dark theme. However, some computers could not activate the dark mode in the Canary release. Canary is the early test version of Chrome.
The dark mode changes the colour of the screen and text. It turns the screen dark and the text white. Similarly, the dark mode on the Chrome changes the colour of its downloads page, search bar and settings.
The screens once again are being rapidly transposed to dark mode because of the less harmful effects of this mode on eyes. It is favourable for working in dim environments. Moreover, it contains less blue light and enhances the readability of the text.
Once the dark mode is officially released with Chrome 74 version in April, there would be options to enable or disable it.
We have discussed all the news about the dark mode on Chrome, but what you think about this new update. Let us know in the comments below which do you think is the better: dark or the light?
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