Dark Mode Feature is Coming to Google Chrome for Eye Comfort

Dark Mode Feature is Coming to Google Chrome for Eye Comfort

Dark Mode Feature is Coming to Google Chrome for Eye Comfort: The world's largest search engine, Google is always trying to improve its Chrome browser. A few days ago, a new update came to this browser, which fixed some bugs. The dark mode feature is coming for Chrome OS users. Currently, the demand for Dark Mode has increased in every operating system around the world. 

Dark Mode Feature is Coming to Google Chrome for Eye Comfort
Dark Mode Feature is Coming to Google Chrome for Eye Comfort


For those who have to spend almost the whole day at work with their own laptop or smartphone, Google's move is a great relief. Enabling Dark Mode increases general readability as well as puts less pressure on the eyes.

According to a report by Android Central, the dark mode of Google Chrome OS is currently being tested. News that work on this Dark Mode version of Chrome Canary is moving forward. This version can only be accessed through the Google 'bleeding edge' developer option. However, Google authorities have announced that it will soon be possible to use this dark mode in a wider range.

Chrome OS's Dark Mode is still experiencing some bugs. The solution to this problem is somewhat time-consuming. So we have to wait a little longer for the new dark background in the user interface. Earlier we noticed the inclusion of Dark Mode in Gmail and Google Calendar. Last week, Google introduced Dark Mode on Assistant-powered smart displays like the Nest Hub.

Google Says Dark Mode is being added to the Chrome operating system to meet public demand. This can result in multiple changes to the UI's color scheme that is worth looking at for a long time. Google claims that the inclusion of this will put much less strain on the eyes if you want to work at night.
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