[How-To] Enable Dark Mode in Windows 10

Do you want to enable a Dark theme on your window or in your chrome browser? Here’s how to turn on dark mode and set custom colors across your apps and menus. It will support for Chrome browser also for by default Dark Mode.

On Windows 10, you can change between dark and light themes, choose accent colors, and decide where those changes will appear. Here’s how to customize Windows 10 color themes and flip on dark mode

Make Sure You have an updated version of your window because it’s in the Windows 10 May 2019 Update.

Choose a Color Theme

You can navigate to Settings > Personalization > Colors. Select the drop-down menu for “Choose your color” and pick Light, Dark, or Custom. Light or Dark changes the look of the Windows Start menu and the built-in apps.

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Personalization > Colors.

Customize Themes

In this custom theme you have two options where you have an option for Default app Dark Mode or light, Then pick Light or Dark for your default Windows mode (which covers the Start Menu and taskbar) and for your default app mode.

Which App will Support Windows 10 Dark Mode?

Changing the color theme in Windows 10 affects menu colors and built-in apps, such as File Explorer and the Settings menu. Additional apps affected include Alarms & Clock, Calculator, Camera, Calendar, Mail, Maps, Messages, Microsoft Store, Movies & TV, People, Photos, Remote Desktop, Sticky Notes, 3D Viewer, Tips, Video Editor, Voice Recorder, Weather, Windows Security, Xbox Console Companion, Xbox Game Bar, and Your Phone.

Some third-party apps also now support Windows 10 dark mode, so color changes will apply there, too.

Select Accent Colors

Show accent color will appears on the following surfaces” section, choose Start, taskbar, and action center and/or Title bars and window borders.

Accent color

This color will appear on icons, tiles, and other screen elements in Windows.