The dark mode feature is expected to appear in Chrome versions 72 or 73 on macOS, which are due out in January and March 2019, respectively. On the smartphone I also try and steer UI options to the dark side, which works particularly well on the AMOLED screen (easy with Android 9.0 Pie, but on earlier Android versions Themes can help). Unlike its macOS counterpart, which should track the operating-system mode, the Windows dark mode now has to be forcibly turned on with a command-line switch.
Google Chrome will support the dark mode on all supported versions of Windows and not just Windows 10. As MSPowerUser reports, via Techdows.com, a member of the Chromium team and senior Chrome Engineer Peter Kasting has signalled that Google is working on a dark mode for the desktop browser but users should use a dark theme for now, if they prefer a dark UI.
But Windows Auto-Night Mode for Windows 10 is a free and open source software for Windows 10 computers using which can toggle between light and dark mode based on the time during a day.
"Chrome should respect this", wrote Kasting. Unfortunately, for mobile Chrome users who do not have the ability to add themes and extensions, Kasting did not have any insight as to when a dark mode would be added.
Right-click on the shortcut icon and select Properties. For those on Chrome OS, there's also a way to get dark mode up and running, although it's nowhere near the finished product. Then, in the "Target" field, add '-force-dark-mode' without the quotations. A similar method may work on macOS as well.
The dark theme is still unfinished, hence this menu with nearly illegible black text on a dark grey background. There are parts that still require to be improved, with black text on a dark background, as it's the case of the main menu, so the whole idea is to get a taste of what's to come in this regard for Google Chrome users. You can see that some of the menu text isn't the right colour yet, for example. Development of the Windows theme was at least, for a time, hindered by one of the developers not having a Windows laptop to use.
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