Recently, the news that macOS Mojave users can switch to Dark Mode to ease eyestrain invigorated many users’ interest in the Dark Mode. Do you know Windows 10 also has the ability to switch to Dark Mode? Here is a guide to tell you how to enable Dark Mode in Windows 10.
What’s Dark Mode?
Dark Mode is different from Night Light, an option to reduce the amount of blue light emitted by the screen. The Dark mode can transform Windows 10 into a dark environment to mitigate the effect of a bright screen on your eyes while Night Light will help you drift off to sleep after an exciting evening.
Dark Mode only affects the default applications in Windows 10, such as Settings and Microsoft Store. Other programs like File Explorer and Microsoft Edge will not be affected by Dark Mode.
How to Enable Dark Mode in Windows 10?
Follow the step-by-step guide below to switch to Dark Mode.
Step 1. Press Windows + I to open Windows Settings.
Step 2. Select Personalization.
Step 3. Choose Colors under the Personalization.
Step 4. Scroll down to find “Choose your default app mode” under More options.
Step 5. Select Dark.
After you finish the steps above, the Dark Mode in Windows 10 is enabled.
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