Google is trying to test out their new dark mode on Chrome browser. As 9to5Google reports, both MacOS and Windows10, will receive the latest update for Goggle’s browser. As it seems, Google Chrome tries to enable dark mode by default, following your default PC settings.
We are not entirely sure how Google wants to work this out yet, but with the latest tests, it seems to really work out, with some few errors. As TechDomes has tested it,on some systems it respects the system-wide dark mode, while on others does not. Google must be surely trying to experiment this mode until it’s fully working.
The dark mode enables a dark default page for new tabs, darker chrome borders, and even darker context menus. It’s possible that Google may roll this dark mode out with Chrome 74, which is scheduled to release in April. Current Canary builds are version 74, but that doesn’t necessarily mean it will arrive into the stable channel in time.
Either way, it’s a welcome change to Chrome and comes just weeks before Microsoft is expected to start testing its own Chromium-powered version of Edge. Microsoft will also commit many changes to the underlying code that powers Chrome and help Google’s browser run better on Windows as a result.
You can also check out what’s going on with Apple’s iOS 13 Dark Mode and what is worth checking on its release here.