Google finally presents the latest mode other than white on the display of its search engine.
Google.com is finally releasing ‘dark mode’ for all of its devices starting today and will start coming to Search desktops for all users in the next few weeks.
Currently, the Dark Mode feature is not yet available for all Google accounts. Maybe some have already got it or some have not.
How to enable dark mode on Google Search
To enable dark mode in Google Search on your desktop, you can go to Rules on Google.com, or on the search homepage at the bottom left of the screen, and on the search results page.
In the Settings menu, you will see a new ‘Appearance’ menu to activate the mode. If you don’t have one, your Google account may not be available.
After enabling dark mode, you will get a feature to quickly change the theme from dark mode to light mode or vice versa.
This dark mode display will work in all parts of Google.com such as news, shopping, books and more. If you haven’t got the ‘Appearance’ menu, don’t worry because Google is sharing it gradually.