Apple’s MacBook has a dark mode that can save you from the piercing light of the screen at night. When you enable night mode on your mac, all the supported apps and websites automatically switch to the dark background with white text.
In this guide, we will show you how to turn on Dark mode on Mac.
How to Enable Dark Mode on Mac from Control Center
You can enable the dark mode using different methods depending on the Operating System you are using on your mac. Mac users who are using the macOS Big Sur and newer can enable it from the Control Center, here’s how:
Click on the “Control Center” icon from the top-right corner of the mac’s screen.
Next, click the “Display” module from the Control Center drop-down window.
From the expanded display module, click on the “Dark Mode” button to enable or disable the feature.
Those of you who are using macOS Mojave or Catalina on your mac can enable the option through System Preferences.
How to Enable Dark Mode from System Preferences
If you don’t have access to Control Center, here’s how you can enable the dark mode on your mac through “System Preferences”:
To access “System Preferences”, click on the Apple button on the top left corner of the mac’s screen. From the drop-down menu, select “System Preferences”.
Select “General” in Preferences.
From the “Appearance” section, switch to the “Dark” mode.
Your mac will now be in dark mode, you can switch back to the light mode anytime you want just by disabling dark mode from the control center or selecting “light” from the appearance section in “System Preferences”.