The night/dark mode has been out there on Google Search for Android users for months now but it's only now that Google is bringing it to desktop users
Google briefly tested dark mode for its search engine on desktops last year and now a recent report claims that the test is being conducted once more.

The night/dark mode has been out there on Google Search for Android users for months now but it's only now that Google is bringing it to desktop users.

"We're always testing new ways to enhance our experience for our connected users, but do not have anything specific to announce properly now," The Verge mentioned: the corporate's spokesperson as saying.

Users will have the choice to set the theme to Dark, Light, and System Default. Setting the option to System Default will match the current theme of the user's OS.

The dark mode doesn't make the background completely black, however reasonably a very dark grey. The textual content has modified from black to white while links seemingly remain blue.

Google already rolled out dark mode to a number of of its services together with Gmail and Google Calendar, so it is smart to roll it out for Chrome OS as well.

The darkish mode has been in excessive demand for any OS over the past few years. Google additionally introduced dark mode for its Assistant-powered smart displays like Nest Hub.

In the meantime, it's unclear when the dark mode for desktop search might be officially rolled out.
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