How to enable dark mode in Google Search for desktop
Google Search for desktop is finally has a dark mode!
All Google Search pages, including the Google homepage, search results page, and settings will become dark grey if users pick the dark theme in Google Search on the web, according to Google.
Steps to enable dark mode on Google search
Step 1: Go to your PC’s browser, type in google.com, and perform a random search.
Step 2: Click on the Settings icon in the upper right corner.
Step 3: Select Appearance from the left-hand menu.
Step 4: Select your preference: Device default, Dark, or Light, from the drop-down menu. The ‘Device Default’ setting will match the current colour scheme of your device automatically.
Step 5: Go to the bottom and click on Save.
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Google Search turns to a dark grey backdrop with white text and blue accents for the links and buttons when dark mode is activated. The strain on your eyes is considerably reduced, and it makes a major impact during day-to-day use.
This has begun rolling out in September 2021, so, if you are reading this article around the same time, keep an eye out; it won’t be long before you can use dark mode on your favourite search engine.
With Google Search now supporting dark mode, it shouldn’t be long until Drive, Maps, and other Google services on the desktop follow suit.