Google Is Finally Rolling Out Chrome's Dark Mode for Windows 10

Google Is Finally Rolling Out Chrome's Dark Mode for Windows 10

Once you switch to dark mode in Windows, Chrome 74 will automatically switch to dark mode.

If you're one of the lucky ones to get Chrome's dark mode after applying the update (which can be done by going into Chrome's menu and clicking "About Google Chrome"), it seems that the only way to enable it is to turn on Windows 10's dark mode settings. If you are from the developer side, then you will be able to make use of the Google Chrome 75 and Chrome 76 editions.

Right click on its desktop shortcut and select properties.

Some have noted that a single dash before "-force-dark-mode" works for force-enabling the Dark Mode setting.

Google released Google Chrome 74 to the Stable channel of the web browser on April 23, 2019 with Dark Mode and Lazy Loading support.

You can force enable dark mode in Chrome 74 by following these simple steps. The difference is that now Chrome will also detect which Windows 10 mode you are using, adapting directly. The browser for Windows platform has now been updated to the build number 74.0.3729.108. The feature is shipping as part of Chrome 74, which is beginning its roll out to Mac, Windows, and Linux users. However, users will need to follow these instructions to forcefully enable the new dark mode. Chrome 74 also have prefers-reduced-motion - which allows for websites to honor when an operating system is set to limit motion effects, according to VentureBeat.

With this release, Google has denounced file downloads from sandboxed iframes.

Dark Mode is one of the most requested for feature on nearly every platform you may come across. This is a common method people use to spreading malware through online ad placements.

The biggest change for Android will likely be the introduction of a revamped data saver mode called "Lite mode".

Tech giant Google announced some new changes in the Chrome browser for Android.

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