The new Google Chrome 74 is out today for Windows, Mac, and Linux. The novelty is given now by the new dark mode for Windows 10 users after the same mode had arrived last month with Chrome 73 for macOS.
The latest version of Google Chrome 74 will automatically update on Windows 10, and it will theme itself to match the darker mode on Windows 10 if it’s enabled. After this update, Google Chrome will look like the theme of the Incognito Mode.
You must know that Google hadn’t switched on this feature to all of its users. They have rolled the new dark mode on Windows only to a small number of Google Chrome 74 users for now, and in the near future, the feature will be available for everyone. Now, if this new dark mode had made you curious and you want to use it, we can help you with a shortcut.
How to Enable the Dark Mode in Google Chrome 74 on Windows 10?
Here are the steps for changing your Google Chrome 74 to the new dark mode on Windows 10:
- The first step is to go on the shortcut icon of Chrome and open the Properties;
- After that, type force-dark-mode to the end of the target location;
- And the last step is to launch Google Chrome;
Take note that if you have Chrome pinned to your taskbar, you must remove it/unpin it from the taskbar to take effect, and then you can pin it again at its place.
Finally, Google Chrome 74 will have a lot more features and changes in the final version released for all users. Google is always offering support for their functions, and if you want to download it, you can access the link. With the new update, you can disable the animation features. Sometimes disabling the animation can reduce motion sickness.
Alvin Mathews was born and raised in Tampa. Alvin has worked as a freelance journalist for half a decade and written for Tribune Media, the AP and MSNBC. As a journalist for Miami Morning Star, Alvin mostly covers community events and human interest stories.