Google has been providing dark themes for its apps for over a year. Finally, Chrome 74 for Windows was updated with support for the dark theme.
After you've updated Chrome ( Three-Point Menu> Help> About Google Chrome> Updates ), you can do so to change the browser through the color settings of the window.
As you can see in the photo above, almost all elements of Chrome, including the tabs, the URL bar, the drop-down menu, and the New Tab page, change to a darker surface. 19659003] How It's Made on Your Computer:
How to Enable Chrome's Dark Mode on Windows
As noted above, you must first make sure that you are upgrading to Chrome, version 74, Windows Button on your keyboard. Type in the Color Settings text box. Click the option that appears at the top of your list.
Scroll down the menu from there until you reach the "Choose Your Default App Mode" section. Here you have the opportunity to switch between light and dark. When you click Dark, the Dark Mode will instantly be set on Windows, Chrome, and any other application that supports the design.
If you're like me and have a custom Chrome theme, keep in mind that the dark mode on your computer looks a bit weird. There may be elements that do not properly reflect the dark theme. You either have to come to terms with the strange design, wait for the developer to update the design, or return to standard Chrome.
What do you think about Chrome's Dark Mode? Which Google app needs a dark theme next? Tell us what you think in the comments section.