Most of us prefer Google Chrome because it provides stable performance and syncs well with our Google account. However, if you use Chrome for long duration especially in the night, the blinding white screen may put excessive strain on your eyes. The good news is that Google is bringing dark mode to Chrome. However, the feature is still in development and doesn’t work well at the moment. But we have got a  fully working dark mode on Google Chrome and you can use it right now. So, if you cannot wait for Google to release this feature, here is how you can enable dark mode on Google Chrome.

Get Dark Mode on Google Chrome

1. Open Dark Reader extension on Google Chrome and click on “Add to Chrome”.

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2. Dark Reader is not a theme but an extension which darkens the content of a web page. To get complete dark mode, install Just Black theme by Google on your Chrome. Now, you are all set to enjoy Dark mode on Chrome.

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3. Here is how web will look when you are using dark mode on Chrome.

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4. If you want to remove Dark Mode then simply right click on Dark Reader extension and click on “Remove from Chrome”. Then, open chrome://settings and scroll down to Theme and click on “Reset to default”.

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Take Advantage of Dark Mode on Google Chrome

The Dark mode on Chrome is super comfortable. The best part is that you can enable it with just a few clicks. No workarounds, no tinkering and no need to download separate Chrome Canary to use beta features. While we await the official dark mode in Chrome, at the moment, these two extensions do the job phenomenally well. So if you liked the article, let us know your all-things-black experience in the comment section below.