Google Chrome supports Dark Mode for every website you open on it. Most websites don’t have a dark mode option, but now with Google Chrome 78 websites can automatically load in dark mode as if they have the option of Dark Mode.
Now you don’t have to wait for websites to have a dark mode option available on them after Chrome’s “Force Dark Mode for Web Contents” option. Before we had this built-in option of Google Chrome, users used the extension which turned the Light websites dark.
In this guide, you will learn how to turn light websites into Dark Mode automatically. Keep following the guide.
Force Dark Mode for Web Content
Before we enable the Dark Mode option on Google Chrome, we would first need to enable the Windows 10 Wide Dark Mode option or else it won’t work on Chrome.
Enabling Dark Mode in Windows 10
To enable Dark Mode on Windows 10 in setting follow the steps mentioned below:
Go to Windows Settings > Personalization > Colors and select “Dark” under Choose Your Default App Mode.
Enabling Force Dark Mode for Web Content
Force Dark Mode option is hidden in Chrome 78. You will find this option in flags which means this is an experimental feature that could be changed or removed any time. Moreover, you could lose browser data or compromise your security or privacy.
To enable this feature on Chrome, follow the guide:
- Launch Google Chrome and open a new tab. Type chrome://flags/ in the address bar to open Experiments.
- Search “Dark Mode” from the Search box that is available on the top of the window.
- From the Search result, look for “Force Dark Mode for Web Content”. Besides the option, you will find a box, select “Enabled” from it.
- Now click on “Relaunch”. Clicking on Relaunch will close Google Chrome and Open it again but before doing so make sure you have saved all the data on the webpages that are currently opened or else you will lose all the data (i.e. typed texts etc.)
When Google Chrome will relaunch, all the websites that you will open will now be in Dark Mode. Enjoy Dark Mode on Websites now without them having the Dark Mode feature.