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Unfortunately Chrome does not yet have a Windows version of Windows in contrast to Android. Indeed, most common browser like Firefox and Opera do not have a built-in black state. Fortunately, third-party enhancements and topics in the Chrome Store help close the loop by transferring the evil mode/theme spell to Chrome (thus preventing your sleeping routines from going crazy).
Deluminate is currently one of my favourite enhancements, which converts the bright colours into deeper shades and makes the web pages pleasant for the eye. As if that weren't enough, this awesome expansion gives you a few choices to customise the look. In order to activate dark modus, all you need to do is simply insert the expansion into Chrome and update the already open tab pages.
Immediately the obscure theme/mode is displayed. A further enhancement to set darkness to Chrome is to use theark reader. Previously this expansion was included in our excellent Chrome expansion lists, and to this day it has worked like a charme. Like Deluminate, Windows Explorer will invert the colour of web pages.
What I like the most is that you can also have special luminance levels for your favourite pages. So my read pages get the darkness while the pages with more pictures and video can keep their pristine appearance. In addition, you can use your Reader to build a customized listing of websites (Google Maps, Google Image Search) that should not be affected.
In addition, this enhancement does not reverse the colour of the video or photo. So you may have one or two problems on some pages, especially with the baners. Deluminate and Deluminate as well as Windows Reader obscure web pages by reversing the colours, but the tab and border remain still blank. When you want an overall black look on Chrome, it is best to match the enhancements with a black motif.
Morpheon Dark is one of the best topics to help you do this. Morpheon Chrome makes your home look much more with a clear look and crispness. With the exception of the addressbar, almost the entire border is transformed into black. The combination of a subject and an expansion can work miracles for your vision.
All you can do is confuse your current screen with Chrome's Incognito screen. So the next lazy day you'll be surfing through different sites later in the evening, activate the expansions and surf without feeling guilty. In this way you can get a general black design on Google Chrome under Windows 10.
Has your Android mobile got a built-in black state?