How to Enable or Force Dark Mode for Web Contents in Google Chrome?

Computers also come in a dark mode these days, like mobile phones. Similarly, if you are using Google Chrome, which you probably are since it is one of the most popular browsers, you can also opt for dark mode. Google Chrome 74 and later versions offer a built-in dark mode for Windows 11/10/8/7. However, manually updating the Google Chrome browser will help turn on the dark mode in case you use an older version.

The dark mode proves beneficial since it reduces the light transmitted by the device, maintaining a minimum contrast ratio. This way, it also helps reduce the stress that the screen light causes to your eyes, especially if you’re working on your computer in a dark space.

A dedicated dark mode/theme is available with all applications and software, including Windows 10, MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc. Also, have an option to forcibly turn on the dark mode on your browser, even if the default mode for your OS is the light mode.

This risewindows article will provide you with instructions you can use to turn on the Dark Mode on your Google Chrome browser.

How to enable or force Dark Mode for Web Contents in Google Chrome?

Use the following steps to dark mode for web content in Google Chrome:-

Step 1: First, open Google Chrome on your computer.

Step 2: Now, type the following in the address bar, and press Enter:-


Step 3: Type “dark” in the “Search flags” box. You will see the “Force Dark Mode for Web Contents” flag.

Step 4: Click on the drop-down menu next to “Force Dark Mode for Web Contents.”

Step 5: From the drop-down menu, select Enabled.

Step 6: Click on Relaunchto restart Google Chrome.

The settings will change, and dark mode will apply to the Chrome Browser after you restart it.

If you want to revert to the previous changes, repeat the above steps and in step 5, click on the Default option.

That is it.

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