Google Chrome 74 has a built-in dark mode on Windows. Chrome does not have its own mode for switching the dark mode, but follows the general app mode of Windows 10. Normally this works normally, but there is also a way to forcibly activate it.
To enable Chrome's Dark mode
You can easily enable Chrome's built-in Dark mode by going to Settings> Personalization> Colors and selecting "Dark" under "Choose your default app Mode. "Windows 1
On a Mac, you can enable macOS 'dark mode to do the same
For the moment, this only works for some people. Following the release of Chrome 74 on April 23, 2019, Google is testing this feature with "a small number of Chrome M74 users" and "will be more widely available in the near future," according to a Chrome Community Manager. To enable it now, you can start Chrome with the
- Forced Dark Mode option.
How to Enable Dark Mode
: Chrome has a built-in option that forcibly activates darker mode. This will work now, even if the normal system-wide dark mode option does not work. Chrome is forced into dark mode even if Windows 10's default app mode is set to "light".
To enable this option, look for the shortcut that you normally use to start Chrome. It could be on your taskbar or desktop, for example. We use the taskbar shortcut.
Right-click the link and select Properties. For a Chrome taskbar shortcut, right-click the taskbar icon, right-click on Google Chrome, and choose Properties. 19659004]
Add a space followed by
- Forced Dark Mode at the end of the "Destination" field. For example, on our system, the Target field looks like this:
"C: Program Files (x86) Google Chrome Application chrome.exe" --force-dark-mode
This may be the case If Chrome is installed in a different location, it will be different on your system.
Click "OK" to save the changes.
 Click "OK" and start Chrome with the shortcut. If you've already opened Chrome, you'll need to close Chrome before you start it again. Click Menu> Exit. Wait a minute for Chrome to close completely and launch Chrome with the link you've changed.
You see the new theme for the dark mode, which unfortunately is very similar to the incognito mode.
How to make Chrome title bar colorful (or not)
If you do not want the title bar of Chrome colored or you want the title bar to be colored Settings> Personalization> Colors and check the option "Title bars and window borders" under "Show accent color on the following surfaces".
Chrome's title bar uses the accent color you set here in the Colors panel.
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How to Activate If you do not want to get involved with anything or use an older version of Windows like Windows 7, you can simply install it in a darker mode for Chrome. Google now offers an official theme collection for Chrome. Just visit the Chrome Web Store and install the "Just Black" Chrome theme.
This is darker than Chrome's built-in dark-mode design on Windows, so you may even prefer it if you're looking for a darker browser. The Chrome Web Store also has other themes that you can install.