Dark modes are steadily spreading their inky way across apps, websites, and operating systems for a few of years now.
Like many companies, Google is not any stranger to dark mode, and now a more shadowy look is rolling bent users of the desktop version of its flagship Search service.
Darker tones are much-loved, and for a spread of reasons: everything from being gentler on the attention, through (possibly) saving power, to the straightforward incontrovertible fact that it they appear good. But while dark modes have legions of fans, they’re to not everyone’s taste, and this is often why Google has made it optional instead of applying it by default.
To enable dark mode for Google Search, using the subsequent steps:
- Fire up your browser and pay a visit to https://www.google.com
- Click the Settings link to the lower right of the page and choose Search settings
- Click the looks link to the left and you’ll select the theme you’d wish to use
- Choose Light to remain as normal, Dark to enable dark mode, or Device default to match the setting you’ve got in situ for your Os.
Don’t panic if you do not see this feature directly, Google says that it’s “fully rolling out over subsequent few weeks” — so you’ll get to employ touch patience.