Google is Finally Getting a Dark Mode on Chrome OS

Vaibhav Srivastava
26 October 2020

If the reports are to be believed, Google is finally getting a dark mode on Chrome OS. Thanks to the fact that the dark mode screens are in high demand due to its advantage of general readability and lesser eye strain. While macOS and Windows which are also the two most admired OS have already rolled out this feature, Chrome OS users were living deprived through all these times.

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As the new dark mode feature is currently under progress, so as of now, it is available only in Google’s experimental Canary channel. This means that it will be full of bugs and unstable.

We understand how difficult it is for many to keep their hands tied after knowing that Google is finally getting a dark mode on Chrome OS, so here is how you can try it in Chrome canary.

  • Go to “chrome://flags/#enable-force-dark” and enable the flag.
    Apart from that enable “chrome://flags/#enable-webui-dark-mode”

Android Central which reported the news said, “it may only be accessed via Google’s “bleeding edge” developer mode of the browser, but that could indicate that it’s being readied for a wider rollout soon.”

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Currently, the dark mode seems not just applied across at the background but also across the user interface as well. Before working on Chrome OS, Google had already rolled out dark mode feature to many of its other services that also includes Gmail and Google Calendar.

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