Google has released Chrome 73 for Windows, Mac, and Linux, with the most noticeable feature coming in the form of dark mode for macOS, which change appears in the Omnibar, Chrome’s tabs, the three dots overflow menu and the bookmarks row.
While users previously can download dark mode themes through the Chrome store to implement a DIY dark mode, but with this latest update it will now work without the help of any third-party theme, as the new feature automatically turn Chrome browser to dark mode if you enable it in the Mac settings.
The dark mode is akin to Chrome’s incognito mode, but the only difference is that no incognito icon appears on the top right corner, coupled with the fact that no protection from tracking in any sense and logs are kept as per Chrome normal workings.
How to Enable Chrome Dark Mode on Mac
If you wish to enable dark mode on your Mac, simply go to System Preferences, then select General, from there select Dark at the Appearance option, and Chrome will turn into dark mode.
You can also choose to browse the internet in dark mode on Chrome while keeping the macOS Mojave’s own dark mode, by simply using Chrome themes to switch over.
Google Chrome by default doesn’t offer any settings to show on the night mode in the browser itself, before now. And as a consequence, many users had resorted to Google Chrome extension for turning on the dark mode in the browser. The dark mode is most often suitable for night browsing, and you could as well use night time mode in Chrome with the help of Hacker imaginative and prescient extensions.
You can follow the steps given below to add the extension for turning on the night mode. Step 1: From the Chrome store, search for “Hacker vision” extension. Step 2: Click on “Add to Chrome”. Step3: Enter the info when asked with the aid of the extension and provide the necessary permissions. That's it.
Google had promised that “Windows support is on the way”, so you can use the above methods if you wish to use dark mode on Windows.