How to use New Dark Mode in any browser for Google Search

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Screenshot: Brendan Hesse – To view search results in dark mode on the desktop you no longer need Chrome or third-party addons. Can you feel the dark over the internet? This is the new dark mode that is being implemented right now at the main Google Search website. Google search has a dedicated dark fashion. That’s true.

If you’re aware of this, then you may think about dark mode setting in the Google search mobile app, or the dark browser-level Google Chrome mode that allowed mobile and desktop users smoke-free coverage of the search page. The new Dark Mode feature pertains to the Google Search page specifically and can be used on every browser. Turn it on provides your search results and all the menus that Google commonly utilizes for darker UI color schemes. The primary landing page.

New dark mode is still being rolled out by Google Search so that certain people may not have it – even if it is up to everyone. This is how to verify and activate the setting:

Screenshot: Brendan Hesse
  1. Search your preferred browser, open Google Search, and then search.
  2. On the top right of the search results page click on the Settings icon.
  3. Choose ‘Search Setting.’
  4. Go to the “Appearance” tab, then select from the selection your favorite theme option. “Dark Theme,” even though your OS, or your browser doesn’t, forces Google Search to display the Dark Theme. The option “Light theme” only does the same for the default white user interface. If you’ve selected dark mode in your Windows and Mac settings and you want your browser to mirror the current system level UI, you can choose “Device Default.”
  5. To validate your decision, click “Save.” The search page covers the dark topic.

Please note that your Google Search settings are returned to a default if you remove your browser data and/or unlink your Google account. Also, when using Chrome Guest Mode, the Google Search page will be displayed with default light mode.

Google Search is not the only specialized dark-mode service from Google. As indicated above, some of the other applications offered in Google include dark mode alternatives such as Chrome, Google Docs, Sheets and other browser extensions that cover the gaps.