How to Use Dark Mode on Chrome at MacOS Desktop — Light-on-dark color scheme—also called black mode, dark mode, dark theme, or night mode—is a color scheme that uses light-colored text, icons, and graphical user interface elements on a dark background and is often discussed in terms of computer user interface design and web design. The purpose of the dark mode from the health side is to reduce exposure of the blue light to our eyes and also help to reduce the eyestrain while we are watching our monitor. If you are using a Mac or MacBook, the dark mode can also be enabled too. Once the dark mode is active any installed apps that support dark mode such as the Google Chrome browser are also affected.

How to Use Dark Mode on Chrome at MacBook Desktop

To know the detailed way of How to Use Dark Mode on Chrome at MacOS Desktop, please follow the steps below:

  1. First, open the System Preferences on your Mac or MacBook by clicking the Apple icon button on top-left corner of your Mac or MacBook screen and click the System Preferences.
  2. Then, choose the General by clicking it once.
  3. After that, choose the Dark mode.
  4. When the dark mode is activated successfully the theme becomes black or dark color.
  5. Now, launch the Google Chrome browser. You will see that it becomes dark too.
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