Google’s latest update for ChromeOS is rolling out to users this week, and one of its new features is support for switching to the dark theme, as shown in Fig. 9to5google informed of. Hidden behind developer flags during first testing, it eventually made an official debut on ChromeOS 104, after dark mode settings popped up in other Google products.
In a Google blog post mentioning the upcoming feature, the company says that the new dark theme will make it easier to “read at night or in low light, and save power”, which is less than switching to a light theme. UI and Wallpaper changes. To make things “bright and airy”. Until now, ChromeOS only included a “Night Light” setting in its software, so you could change the screen tint to see your screen in low light.
ChromeOS 104 also has an “Auto” setting to automatically shift your color scheme between light and dark themes based on the time of day, complete with matching wallpaper options that move smoothly with it. May be.
Here’s how you can change your display theme in ChromeOS 104:
- go for Adjustment
- to select personalization
- to select set your wallpaper and style
- to select Light, Dark or Auto Modes based on your choice
you can also access Wallpapers & Style Make settings through your Home screen by holding down your touchpad with two fingers and selecting an option.