Life will be quite boring if things become stagnant and routine. We always like changes in our daily life so that we remain fresh and ready to go always. Apart from change, certain kind of attitude too makes a huge difference in our lives and that attitude could be anything. It could also be the way you behave both online and offline.
Showing attitude with your smart gadgets can be fun as well and that is why we are here today with a different kind of topic. Before we move on, we must take you back to a few months ago when we discussed how to activate the Night Mode on Twitter. Night mode certainly helps those who work day in and day out in front of their PC and also tweet from their smartphones. Just like Twitter, Windows too have got us ‘Dark Theme’ which apart from showing attitude can help your eyes too with less irritation.
So, are we ready to know more about how you can enable Dark theme on Windows 10?
How to Enable the Dark Theme on Windows 10
Step #1. Go to Start button and click on it, then click on Settings.
Step #2. Now, find the ‘Personalization’ tab, click on it.
Step #3. On the left side of your screen, you will see few options, out of which click on Colors.
Step #4. You can now see a color pan where you can see all the colors, just scroll down to ‘Choose your app mode’, where you will find two options, ‘Light’ and ‘Dark’. Light mode is selected by default so you need to click on ‘Dark’.
Boom! This is it, now your PC or laptop screen must have changed into Dark mode. All your apps will now be shown predominantly in black color. Just in case you don’t like the Dark theme then you can always change it to Light mode again by following the steps suggested above.
This was an extremely easy task, wasn’t it? As we mentioned above, Dark theme could help those people the most who work before their PCs and laptops for extensive hours. So, if you too are one of those who works for hours before your laptop and PC then it is advisable for you to use the Dark Mode on your Windows 10, hence your eyes get much-needed relief.
We would love to get your feedback on this if you have enabled Dark theme on your Windows 10 so that our other reader friends can also know how it exactly works. You can give your feedback to us on Facebook, Twitter, and Google Plus or here in the comments section.