Google is believed to be working on a dark mode un-illuminated interface in Chrome for Windows 10. News first leaked that Google in September that the tech giant was building a dark mode for Google Chrome to be used when 10.14 Mojave was enabled. And users can now get an early taste of Google’s version of dark mode today.
Google has for over a year demanded Chrome should be compatible with Windows 10’s dark mode setting.
For desktop, native dark mode support is in progress
Google Chrome developer Peter Kasting
Windows 10 was originally supposed to receive dark mode support alongside macOS, but an early version of the Chrome code to detect Windows 10’s dark mode setting was found to feature some flaws.
These glitches lead Google to temporarily pause progress on the drafted code until they could acquire a Windows laptop.
It is now known Google dark mode for Windows and is near identical in aesthetic to the macOS version.
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Google chrome 10 dark mode: An un-illuminated interface will soon arrive in Chrome (Image: Getty)
Google chrome dark mode: Users can now get an early taste of Google’s version (Image: Getty)
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