There’s also evidence that exposure to blue light causes irreversible eye damage over time, as well as messing with your circadian rhythm and spoiling your sleep pattern.
Dark mode can also make it easier to focus on the screen and to read text, and can improve battery life in mobile devices with OLED screens.
1. On a computer running Windows 10 or later, click the Windows icon in the bottom-left corner, or tap the Windows key on your keyboard to open the Start menu. Then click the icon that looks like a gear — this is the icon for your settings.
2. Select “Personalization” from the list of options.
3. Hit “Colors” in the left toolbar. Scroll down, and under “Choose your default app mode,” select “Dark.” Chrome will turn dark immediately.