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However, an integrated motif darkness is missing. Darkness theme is only available in Incognito style, i.e. privately windowed state. And if you want to experience the darkness of theme modes in a regular screen without switching to privacy-mode, this tutorial will help you. The Fiddle N has published a black design for the Google Chrome web browsers that can be download and install from the Chrome web shop.
Makes the Incognito black design add to the standard Google Chrome black design. The theme puts the same obscure theme modus in the regular Google Chrome screen, which is in Incognito state. Below is a screenshots of this obscure theme in action: And if you want to experience the darkness in Google Chrome, just go to the following page, click on the icon and choose download:
In Google Chrome, open the above Google Chrome shortcut and click the "Add to Chrome" icon on the web page. It will immediately start applying the obscure topic in the Google Chrome web browsers. You can also find other versions of this theme for downloading, such as jet black and classical azure. They can be downloaded via the following links:
If you want to return to the theme defaults in Google Chrome after you install the theme, open Chrome Preferences and click the Back to Defaults icon next to the Topics item under the Look section. It will immediately adopt the standard theme and interface in Google Chrome. If you don't like the new material design theme and user interface in Google Chrome, you can recover the classical design and user interface using the following tutorials:
NOTE: Other common web browser such as Mozilla Firefox, Opera, Microsoft Edge already have built-in motif programs. Read the following article to find out how to activate shadow theme mode in these web browsers: