The Google search engine’s dark mode is now available to everyone. Google began a test phase last year to bring the new black design in its search engine to all users, and they’ve completed it. Now, this alternative to Google’s traditional white background may be seen on any device or browser, including the desktop edition.
The dark mode of the Google search engine is out
This update will work with any Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, or Microsoft Edge browser. You’ll be able to appreciate the new Google search engine design.
Previously, the company released this functionality in Google Chrome for Android. In addition to these choices, on Windows 10 and macOS computers, this mode may now be activated in the browser itself.
The dark mode is now accessible to everyone, whether you’re using a desktop computer, a laptop, a tablet, or a smartphone. It’s possible to observe how the background changes from white or a dark gray and the text becomes white or stays in Google colors by turning on the dark mode.
The new green will be a more subtle hue, which may help preserve battery life and minimize eye strain. The color change on the home page and in searches is intended to be less harsh to the eye and use up less battery by avoiding having the screen shine with a bright white tone all of the time. Even so, not everyone prefers this mode,
How to activate the dark mode of the Google search engine?
To test this new feature, open any browser and open the Google search engine. Inside the browser, in the settings section, there is a dedicated for the new dark mode. Simply click on the switch and the colors of the home page, search and settings section will change.