Google Chrome 74 is formally taking off today for Windows, Mac, and Linux, indicating the launch of another dark mode for Windows 10 clients. A similar dark mode arrived a month ago on macOS with Chrome 73, and the present update incorporates automatic Windows 10 support. Chrome will automatically line itself to coordinate if a dark mode is set up on Windows 10. The final product makes Chrome look practically xerox to the browser’s darker Incongnito Mode menu bars.
While Google is empowering this new dark mode on Windows, the company hasn’t completely exchanged it on for all Chrome clients till now. “I can confirm that we are rolling out this feature to a small number of Chrome M74 users now, and that it will become more widely available in the near future,” clarifies a Chrome people group director. If you would prefer not to hang tight for Google to completely set up this, there’s an alternate way to drive dark mode:
Discover the alternate route (shortcut) you use to launch Chrome and open the properties
Include “–force- dark-mode” to the end of the target area (without quotes)
Launch Chrome and dark mode will be set up.
In case you open Chrome from a pinned taskbar item, you’ll have to right tap the shortcut trap and afterward unpin/pin to taskbar again for this to hold.
Chrome has invariably offered theme support to empower a dark mode of sorts, yet this official mode currently implies that setting menus are appropriately themed over the browser and you’ll be able to read the download bar accurately. Chrome 74 additionally carry various different changes that aren’t as evident to spot vividly. Chrome’s animation features would now be disabled to reduce motion disorder, and there’s another flag to block sites from recognizing Incongnito Mode.
Chrome 74 is accessible to download from Google’s Chrome webpage, or from help > About Chrome in case you’re now utilizing the browser.