Google released yesterday (12) version 73 of its browser Chrome for part of the stable distribution users, that the overwhelming majority of Internet use. With this update, all users of the browser now have a night mode in the program interface. There is no way to turn Chrome night mode on or off individually. The software follows the OS settings itself. That way, if you enable or disable night mode (or dark) on your computer’s interface, Google’s browser will instantly follow that pattern.
Dark mode is already available for the stable version (source: WCCFTech)
As for the look, the night mode is pretty much identical to Chrome’s anonymous mode. That way, you should not experience any kind of strangeness during the move. The only problem is that anonymous windows and night mode will look pretty much the same.
Chrome already offered themes in the Chrome Web Store that let the browser look pretty much like the “night mode,” but that was not exactly official and did not follow system standards.
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But if you use Windows 10 and want to try the OS night node and also Chrome, you’ll have to wait a little longer. It seems that only the version for macOS is offering the novelty at the moment. It is expected, however, that it comes to the Microsoft platform very soon.
Anyway, when this happens, to turn on the novelty, go to Operating System Settings and choose “Customization.” Touch the Colors tab and scroll through the list of options.
Under “More options” you will find the topic “Choose the default application mode”. Check “Dark”, where “Clear” is selected by default. All OS must switch to a dark background automatically after that. Google Chrome should also follow this setting immediately.
If you use Firefox , know that the Fox Navigator has had this same feature for some time and can be activated in exactly the same way as in Chrome.
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