When thearrived a few years back it brought the ability to put your device into Dark Mode, which offers black windows instead of white ones. Whether you're a developer, or simply need to use your computer in a shared space at night, Dark Mode can help. There may be one (big) caveat, but here's how to do it.
First, you'll need to access the settings of your PC. There are two ways you can do it, and the first is by pressing the Windows key + I. If you forget the shortcut you can instead click on the Windows icon on the taskbar and then click the Settings cog icon.
Next, click on the Personalization icon (fifth on the list), and then Colors. At the bottom of the Colors menu you'll find "Choose your default app mode" with the option for Light (default) or Dark.
Dark Mode features a black background, dark-gray scrollbars and white text, and works with most default Windows 10 apps.
Be aware that Dark Mode won't work with File Explorer, which still uses a white background. While Dark Mode is coming to the Explorer at some point -- it's available in the current Preview build -- Microsoft has yet to confirm when it will be included in the official release.
Microsoft did not immediately respond to CNET's request for comment. See.
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