How to Enable Dark Mode in Google Search


Dark mode is a Google search feature that many users prefer because it helps reduce eye strain. Some also claim that dark mode reduces the power consumption of their device, which saves battery power and reduces electricity costs. This article will show you how to activate this mode.

The debate between dark mode and light mode has been around the internet for quite some time now. Regardless of their opinion, most users find it useful to at least know how to switch between the two. The more options available, the better.

Dark mode is a setting for application user interfaces where texts use lighter colors (often white) and backgrounds use darker colors (often black). Its main function is to help devices emit less light. The mode maintains the same text-background contrast so that on-screen content is always easily visible.

1. To enable dark mode, open Google search by clicking on this link.

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2. Next, search any random term on google search. Any word or letter will do. Your goal is to open Google’s search engine results page.

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3. In the upper right corner of the page, click the cogwheel icon to open the Google search quick settings menu.

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4. In the Quick Setup menu, scroll down to the Appearance section. Following, select dark theme from the available options. With this, the dark mode is activated. This setting will apply to all your devices signed in to the same Google Account.


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