Google search is being updated to provide an option to enable dark mode on the desktop. With the addition of dark mode, users can now have three options in the appearance settings of the Google search engine. This will include the option to keep the appearance settings of Google search in sync with the computer’s default theme, which is useful if the user sets an automatic time for turning dark mode on and off. Dark mode helps reduce eye strain by maintaining the minimum contrast required for readability.

The new look and feel of Google Search was announced via a post on the Google support site. There are three options for the new appearance settings- Device default, dark, or LightThe post also mentioned that the new dark mode setting has been rolled out to users on September 9, and will be gradually available to all users in the coming weeks.

How to activate dark mode in Google search

The announcement mentioned that the new appearance settings will be applied to the Google homepage, search result pages, search settings, and other linked pages.this Device default Set the color scheme that automatically the device.this dark Set to display light-colored text on a dark background, and vice versa Light set up. TechnologyShout can also change the appearance settings on Google Search. Here are the steps required to enable dark mode on Google Search.

  1. Open Google search by typing in a web browser.

  2. In the bottom right corner of the Google search homepage, click set up.

  3. then click appearance; If it is not visible below set up, Click search settings Then continue appearance From the left panel of the opened page.

  4. choose – Device default, dark, or Light.

  5. At the bottom, click save.

Google started testing the dark mode feature of Google search on the desktop for time in December 2020. Since May 2020, Google mobile search has had a dark mode.

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