Windows 10 ($ 99 on Amazon.com) finally gets a system-wide Dark mode. As soon as Microsoft publishes its next major update for Windows – Windows 10 October 2018 Update – you will be able to convert background images from bright white to black to facilitate night-time viewing for the eyes – or just because it looks cool. 19659002] Following the name of the update, Microsoft will release the Windows 10 October 2018 Update next month. If you can not wait, you can now install the beta to check the dark mode and the other features that the update offers to your PC.
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After the update to Windows 10 October 2018 update, you can switch between light and dark modes. How it works:
Go to Settings> Personalization> Colors scroll down and select Choose your default app mode select Dark .
In dark mode, Microsoft apps are displayed in black, including File Explorer, Settings, and the App Store. However, it does not change the look for Microsoft Office applications or Microsoft's Edge browser.
Dark Mode for Office and Edge
Office and Edge have their own dark modes
For Office applications, click File and then select Account . For Office Theme, the default is "Colorful," but you can change it to Dark Gray or Black .
For Edge, click the triple point button in the top right corner of Settings . In the Settings pane, look for Select a Theme and change it from Light to Dark . You'll notice that Edge's theme only affects the line of tabs and the URL bar at the top of the browser. Luckily, there's an extension that gives Edge a real dark mode.