Is your screen too bright for your liking? Perhaps, you are looking for a way to lessen the strain on your eyes when you are browsing the internet at night or in a dimly lit room. If so, changing Google Chrome’s theme to dark mode might just be the solution you need. In this blog, we will guide you on how to change Google Chrome to dark mode on different operating systems.
Dark Mode on Google Chrome for Windows
Follow these steps to enable dark mode on your Google Chrome browser when using a Windows operating system.
- Right-click on your desktop and choose Personalize.
- Select Colors on the left side of the window.
- Scroll down until you see the option Choose your default app mode.
- Select the Dark option.
Once you follow these steps, your Google Chrome should automatically switch to dark mode.
Dark Mode on Google Chrome for MacOS
If you’re using a MacOS, follow these steps to change your Google Chrome to dark mode.
- Click on the Apple menu and select System Preferences.
- Select General.
- Under the Appearance section, select the Dark option.
Your Google Chrome should now be in dark mode, reducing the strain on your eyes in a dimly lit environment.
Dark Mode on Google Chrome for Android
To enable dark mode on Google Chrome for Android, follow these steps.
- Open Google Chrome on your Android device.
- Click on the Menu (three dots on the upper right corner of the screen) and choose Settings.
- Under the Basics section, click on Themes. You will see three options: System default, Light, and Dark.
- Select the Dark option to switch to dark mode.
The Dark mode changes the color scheme of Google Chrome to darker tones, making it easier on your eyes when browsing in a darker environment.
Switching to dark mode on Google Chrome not only helps protect your eyes from strain but it can also save battery life on your devices. Try it out and see the difference for yourself!