How to Activate Dark Mode in Windows 10

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Dark mode is one of the many features that are being rolled out by developers lately. When this feature is active, the software interface will turn dark.

How to Activate Dark Mode in Windows 10

One of the advantages of dark mode is that it looks friendly to the eyes, especially when users use a piece of software at night. This feature is able to reduce the emission of light emitted from the screen.

Of course this feature can be activated at any time, unlimited on time. Thus, you can activate dark mode all the time you want.

Well, do you know that you can activate dark mode on Windows 10? If you don't know yet, consider the following steps.

Find Color Setting Windows 10

The first step, click on the magnifying glass icon next to the start button on the taskbar. Then type Color Settings.

You will find a dialog box like the one below.
Light View In Windows 10

Scroll the screen until you find the Choose your default app mode panel. There are two choices, namely Light which is the default setting of Windows and Dark. Of course, the next step is to click on Dark.

Dark View Windows 10

The final step, you can determine whether you will activate the transparent effect. When this effect is active, you will see a somewhat transparent interface.

However, if you do not activate the effect, you will find a complete dark interface.

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