How to Enable Chrome Dark Mode in Windows 10

Google Chrome is one of the most lightweight and fast internet browsers, which offers a built-in dark mode feature in Windows 10. You can manually enable or disable Chrome dark mode by installing Chrome extensions or turning on system-wide dark mode in Windows 10.

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Here’s how to Enable Chrome Dark Mode

There are two ways to enable dark mode in the Google Chrome browser. First, you can enable system-wide dark mode in Windows 10 or manually enable dark mode from the Chrome browser.

How to enable system-wide dark mode in Windows 10:

Chrome dark mode
  • First, select Start Menu in your Windows 10
  • Go to Settings by clicking on the setting icon
  • Go to the Personalization tab
  • Select Color option
  • Then, choose Dark from the ‘choose your color‘ menu
  • You can also enable Transparency effects within the same option.

Google Chrome will automatically detect and apply the Windows 10 default color.

How to enable Chrome dark mode in windows 10:

Chrome Extensions
  • Open Google Chrome on your Windows PC
  • Click on Three dots from the top right corner
  • Again, click on Settings (Usually the last third option)
  • Once settings is opened, scroll down and click on Theme option
  • A new web page will pop off.
  • Then, type Just black in the top left search menu and select Themes radio button from the below and hit search
  • Now click on the first option ‘Just Black’ and click on Add to Chrome
  • That’s it, you’ve successfully enabled dark mode.

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