Google has updated its new version of the Chrome Browser for Windows, Mac and Linux. The new update to Google Chrome makes Dark Mode enabled for the Windows 10 and the Dark Mode was enabled to Mac OS last month in the Version 73 update.
The new update of Chrome will help the browser automatically turn on the Dark Mode if the Windows 10 Dark Mode is already enabled which will make the browser look similar to the Incognito Mode in the Google Chrome.
How to turn on Google Chrome Dark Mode in Windows 10 (Forcefully):
- Find the shortcut you use to launch Chrome and open the properties.
- Add “–force-dark-mode” to the end of the target location (without quotes)
- Launch Chrome and dark mode will be enabled. If you usually launch Chrome from a pinned taskbar item, you’ll need to launch with the shortcut trick and then unpin/pin again for this to hold.
The new Chrome update enables multiple other updates and bug fixes. If you’re using an old version of the Google Chrome check clicking the three-dot menu > help > about or you can download the updated version by visiting Google Chrome Site.
(Note: Google Chrome is rolling out and the new version will avaiable to all users later this week)