Google Chrome for Windows 10 to Receive a Dark Mode

Google Chrome for Window 10 will soon receive a native dark mode for Windows desktops. A few weeks ago, Google was spotted creating a dark theme for the Chrome browser for macOS Mojave. Google Chrome is going to add a comfortable Web browsing experience on Windows machines with native dark mode support, especially in low lighting conditions.

Google Chrome for Windows 10 to Receive a Dark Mode

However, this is not the first time that Google has added a dark mode on its development, it has already added a dark mode to Android and YouTube. Microsoft’s Windows 10 is also enabling a system-wide dark mode for a long time.

Senior Chrome Engineer and a member of the Chromium team at Google Peter Kasting said that:

“For desktop, native dark mode support is in progress; in the meantime, we generally suggest people [to] use a dark theme,”

In May 2018, Chrome developer Peter Kasting pointed out the lack of a dark mode for Chrome as a problem, he mentioned in a bug report that Windows 10 let users set their apps to ‘light’ or ‘dark’ mode. Chrome should respect this.

However, the most interest thing about the Window 10 is that with the April 2018 Update, it becomes more useful and secure than ever. It has introduced features that could save you time and frustration.