A long time anticipated feature has been introduced into Google Chrome for Windows 10. And this new feature is exclusive in version 74. So if you’re using a lower version, you may not be able enable this feature.
Yes, dark mode feature has been rolled out to Google Chrome Browser for Windows 10 but it has not been switched on for all users. For this to work, you’ll need to modify a shortcut file on your desktop, and that is why we bring the short tutorial to enable dark mode in your Google Chrome Browser.
How To Enable Dark Mode In Google Chrome Browser (Windows 10)
Remember, your browser should be version 74 before trying to enable this feature.
• Right-Click on the Chrome Shortcut
• Add ‘one space‘ and input ‘–force-dark-mode‘ at the end of the Target section just as it is in the image below
• Relaunch your browser and the changes would take effect. if you use to open chrome from taskbar shortcut, kindly unpin and pin it back.