There are two methods of activation the dark mode in Chrome on Windows 10, either the forceful one or the regular one, but we are going to teach you how to do both of them, and then you choose the one suitable for you.
How To Activate Chrome Dark Mode In Windows 10
How to apply the dark mode in Chrome using the forceful method
Search for the Google Chrome browser icon and launch it, but make sure you start doing this method from the taskbar or home screen. In case it is on another window, make the changes necessary.
- Select the option marked ‘properties’ after right-clicking on the desktop shortcut or taskbar icon.
- Add the text ‘–force-dark-mode’ at the end of a blank space you leave in the target box. The saved location might cause a slight deviation, but you should not get something different than “C:\Program Files (x86)\Google\Chrome\Application\chrome.exe” –force-dark-mode.
- Click OK to execute this if it is correct and this way the inputted alterations will be saved for the browser.
Now, close the browser and wait 30 seconds then close all the background activity. After doing so, all there is left to do is relaunch the app and take advantage of the dark mode in Chrome on Windows 10.
How to apply the dark mode in Chrome in a regular way
Search for the settings section on your device and access it, or you can find it yourself on the start menu. In case you need to search for it, you have a search box on the lower left side of the home screen. Scroll down until you find Personalization and select it.
A set of appearance preferences will then show up, and you need to click on the color option. You can have the Windows 10 system all in dark mode so select it, and now you have it – dark mode will also activate in Chrome.
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