Just recently, we learnt that Google Chrome for Windows 10 will be getting its own dark mode, which will give you another option in your Windows settings.
Although, we don’t know when Google will roll the feature out, it is possible the giant tech company rolled it out later this month. However, if you don’t want to wait, we have discovered a way to force it now.
If you want to try out Chrome native dark mode right now, you can start by installing Chrome Canary. This version is an experimental version of the browser being used by Google to test new features before releasing them out for individual users. It will allow developers to test it whether it will work with it.
It is a handy tool, but might contain bugs. So it makes sense not to make it your main browser, especially anything that involves sensitive information like shopping or banking.
How to enable dark mode on Chrome for Windows 10 now?
Once you download and install Chrome Canary, right click on the desktop icon and click properties. Choose the Target file and after /chrome.exe, type one space followed by –force-dark-mode. Click Apply, followed by OK to save the change.
When you open your Chrome Canary, it will start in dark mode. If you don’t want to use the dark mode anymore, you can revert to the standard white design by removing the extra text you added to the Target field.
Based on the information we have, this is not necessarily what you will see when the Chrome dark mode is finally rolled out. But we expect nothing less than what we are seeing in the Chrome Canary. As it currently looks, the dark is beautiful and you will love it.
We wait for Google to roll the features out soonest.