Chrome OS has been reported to be in dark mode, where eye strain and general readability benefits are strongly sought after. Discovered on Google’s experimental canary channel, Android Central reported that the canary version of Chrome OS included an experimental version of Chrome OS in dark mode.
“It’s only accessible through Google’s” state-of-the-art “developer mode in the browser, which may soon indicate that it’s ready for a wider deployment,” the report said on Sunday. ..
The dark mode setting is still under test, so there are currently some bugs. Dark mode seems to apply to the entire user interface, not just appearing as a dark background.
Google has rolled out Dark Mode to several services, such as Gmail and Google Calendar, so it makes sense to roll it out to Chrome OS as well.
Dark Mode has been in high demand on any operating system for the past few years. Last week, Google introduced dark mode on assistant-powered smart displays like NestHub.
“The dark theme changes the color scheme of the interface and reduces luminescence, so it’s easy on the eyes at night while providing visual and touch access,” the company said.
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