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Now You Can Force Enable Google Chrome Dark Mode On Windows 10

Chrome 74 is taking out right now by means of Google’s update mechanisms, and it’s accessible for Windows, macOS, and Linux users. Boss among the new features and one that people have been hanging tight for is another dark mode that is specifically being actualized for Windows 10 users.


Users of macOS effectively got a similar dark mode as a component of the past Chrome 73 update that arrived a month ago. In any case, you’re a Windows 10 user, you’ll see the update arrive by means of the usual mechanism, and dark mode will automatically jumpstart once Windows 10 users empower dark mode framework-wide.

In any case, that won’t be the situation for all users out of the entryway, for reasons we can’t exactly understand. A Chrome group manager has affirmed that “we are revealing this feature to a few numbers of Chrome M74 users for the time being, and that it will turn out to be all the more generally accessible in the near future,” which is a frenzy. However, in the event that you want to get your hands on the new Chrome dark mode in Windows without the pause, it’s positively something you can do yourself.

Ways to Apply:

Step 1: Locate the shortcut you use for Chrome and open its properties.

Step 2: Append “–force-dark-mode” to the target location. You don’t need the statements we included.

Step 3: Launch Chrome with Windows 10’s dark mode enabled.

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That’s all you have to do. If you’re not previously using Chrome, you can download it from Google and on the off chance that you are, updates are accessible from Help > About Chrome once lives, which, in principle, is at this moment.