Windows 10 now lets you easily enable or turn on the Dark Mode or Theme in Windows 10. When you do this, all UWP or Universal Windows Platform apps will use the Dark Mode. Earlier, one had to resort to a registry tweak to do it, but now, one can easily enable it via Settings. Let us see how to do it.
Enable Dark Theme in Windows 10
To enable or turn on Dark Theme or Mode in Windows 10:
- From the Start Menu, open Settings
- Click on Personalization.
- From the left panel, select Colors.
- In the Choose your color dropdown menu, you will see 3 options:
- Select Dark.
Your Windows 10 theme including the apps will go dark.
If you choose Custom, you can set your Default windows mode and the Default apps mode.
When you do this, even the apps like the Windows Store app, Mail app, Calendar app, etc, will use the power-saving and easy-on-the-eyes black background. Moreover, this Dark Mode is great for low-light conditions too.
Let us know if you plan to use the Dark Theme in Windows 10.
Windows 11 user? This post will show you how to enable Dark Mode on Windows 11.
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