Dark Mode is a trendy feature many users want an app to have. As soon as an app has it or you can access it, you turn it on immediately. Using an app or OS with the dark mode is easier on your eyes and makes using that device a lot easier. Gmail has it, and Google Maps has it; why wouldn’t Windows 11 have it?
The good news is that turning on dark mode on your Windows 11 computer is quick and easy; if you ever want to go back to light mode, you can. Changing the setting to dark mode is nothing permanent. Keep reading to see how you can start using Dark Mode on Windows 11 right now.
How to Turn on Dark Mode on Windows 11
To turn on dark mode on your Windows 11 computer, you’ll need to go to Settings. Right-click on the Windows start button and choose Settings from the options.
Once you’re in Settings, click on Personalization from the option on your left. To the right, you should see and click on the Colors option.
The option called Choose your default Windows mode will have a dropdown menu. From the three options listed, click on Dark Mode.
There’s no need to restart your computer since you’ll see the changes immediately. That’s all there is to it to turn on Dark Mode on Windows 11. But as long as you’re there, there are other things you can do to customize your computer. You can choose from different Dark mode customization colors. To make this change go to:
- Accent Color
Scroll down a little and turn on the following options: Show accent color on Start and taskbar and Show accent color on title bars and windows borders.
Below, you’ll also see the option for Contrast Themes for light sensitivity. Click on the dropdown menu and choose one of the options. Don’t forget to click on the Apply button to save your changes.
Dark Mode makes using an app or OS a lot easier on your eyes. As you can see, you can turn it on in a few steps and change it to light mode as many times as you want. Do you switch between light and dark mode? Share your thoughts in the comments below, and don’t forget to share the article with others on social media.
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