Google Search for the web finally gets a dark mode

Google initially launched a system-wide dark mode in 2019 with the release of Android 10. Since then, Google has been constantly adding dark mode support to its many services, and now, Google search for desktop web he’s officially getting his share.

“I am pleased to announce that starting today and will be fully implemented in the coming weeks, the dark theme is now available for Google Search pages on desktop computers.” read the google blog post about the update.

To access the new mode, simply open Google Chrome and go to Google Search. Click “Settings” in the lower right corner and click “Search Settings.”

Click on “Appearance” in the top left menu and select one of these three options, “Default device”, “Dark theme” or “Light theme”.

Once selected, this dark gray background will show up every time you sign in with your Google account, including the Google home page, search results page, search settings, and more.

Also, once dark mode is enabled, it can be turned on / off by going to “settings” in the lower right corner and clicking on the sun / moon icon. The same can also be done by accessing settings from the top right gear icon.

Source: Google

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