Chrome 73 is the latest stable version of Chrome and it comes with Dark mode.
Dark mode is becoming quite popular with many popular apps and websites now including it.
Dark mode is easier to read on dark background and makes websites easier on the eyes.
Chrome 73 allows you to enable dark mode from chrome://flags/#enable- dark-mode.
It can be easily enabled and disabled.
Dark mode is only available for Windows 10, and if you’re currently using Windows 8.1, then you will have to upgrade.
In this guide, we will explore how to enable dark mode in Chrome 73.
- Chrome 73’s Dark Mode helps users reduce eye strain while browsing.
- Switching to Dark Mode can be done through Settings > Appearance > Dark Mode.
- The page loading speed has also been improved in Chrome 73, which saves users time.
Uninstall Chrome’s dark mode extension
- Open the Chrome Web Store window in Chrome.
- Type in chrome://extensions/ in the address bar.
- Click the Uninstall button next to the extension you’re trying to remove.
- Restart Chrome.
Uninstall Chrome’s dark mode plugin
- Press Windows Key + R to open Run.
- Type appwiz.cpl and click OK.
- Locate Chrome Dark and remove it.
- Download Chrome 73
Open Chrome and navigate to this URL: chrome://components/
- Scroll down to Experimental Features section.
- Click the Enable button under Chrome Dark Mode.
Enable Chrome’s dark mode extension
- Enable Chrome’s hidden dark mode setting
Enable dark mode in Edge
- Enable dark theme in Firefox
- Enable dark mode in Opera
- Enable dark mode in Safari
Enable Chrome’s dark mode plugin
- Type chrome://flags/ in the address bar, and click on Toggle on the button next to it.
- Scroll down to the Experimental Features section, and enable the Enable Dark Theme.
- Restart Chrome after enabling it.
Enable Dark Mode in Chrome
- Launch Chrome on your PC.
- Click on Menu (three horizontal dots).
- From the drop-down menu, choose Settings.
- Click on Appearance and then on Dark.