Google now avails dark mode feature for search on desktop

Google initiated testing the dark theme for web search in February, which was first traced in December last year.

 

After a continuous series of testing since a while, Google finally availed the users with the dark mode for Search on desktop. With this feature, users will be able to use the dark theme while they are surfing the internet on their laptops or computer. This announcement was made by Google on a support page. As per the reports, the feature has been rolled and will be available fully in the next few weeks.

On the support page, Google’s product support manager Hung F said, “I’m thrilled to announce that starting today & fully rolling out over the next few weeks, Dark theme is now available for Google Search pages on desktop. Thank you for all your feedback on this forum letting us know that this was a feature you wanted to see!”

The dark mode will avail users with three options to choose from – dark, light, and device default. Among these, the device default option works as per the user’s computer or laptop’s default appearance setting.

The report also notified that the dark mode specifically grayish mode will be available for the Google homepage, search results page, and Search settings.

Want to know how to enable dark theme for Google Search on desktop?

Step 1: Switch to Google Search in any web browser.

Step 2: Click on the Settings option located at the top right corner

Step 3: Select the Search Settings option

Step 4: Next, click on the Appearance option

Step 5: Three options will be available to choose from – Device default, dark or light. Select the option of your choice and select the Save option located at the bottom.

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