Enable Dark Mode in Films & TV App in Windows 10

Microsoft recently, released some new updates to a few of its core apps on Windows 10, the Films & TV being one of them. The big addition to Films & TV app in Windows 10 can be viewed in the form of the arrival of the Dark Mode or Dark theme. This post will show you how to turn on or enable Dark Mode in Films & TV app in Windows 10.

Enable Dark Mode in Films & TV App

Set Dark Mode in Movies & TV App

You can choose to use the new “dark” mode in the app, or stick with the current “light” mode, via the apps settings. In addition, you can also find some additional keyboard shortcuts to make your playback experience better.

Before you being, make sure that you have the latest update to the Films & TV app. To check manually, click on the Windows Store icon residing on the taskbar of Windows 10. Next, click on the User Account logo and from the list of options, select ‘Download and Updates’.

Instantly, you will find the list of the apps for which updates will be visible. Look for the Films & TV update. Click the download updates button associated with the Films & TV app. Wait for the updates to be downloaded and installed.

Once the updates are installed, click on the Start Menu and select All Apps option.

Scroll down to locate Films and TV app. When you find it, open it.

Once, the app shows up, click on Settings. If the app windows is small, you may have to click on its Menu icon (the three horizontal lines) and chose Settings option thereafter.

Towards the end, you will notice the Mode available for viewing. By default, the Light mode is enabled.

Select Dark to set Dark theme for the app.

When done, close the app. On restart, you will be able to see the change.

Now, you can enjoy your favorite movie in the dark mode.

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