Windows 10’s dark mode, also known as the dark theme, has been part of the operating system for a while, and a new update seems to finally fix some of the issues many of us had with it.
Windows 10 dark mode has been criticized for its inconsistency. When used, some parts of Windows 10 and its apps get the dark theme, while other parts of the operating system keep their bright white background.
This has made Windows 10’s dark mode feel a bit half-hearted. However, as Windows Latest reports, it looks like Microsoft is finally about to fix this problem.
No more black
Pop-up menus and dialogs are also now dark to match the rest of the user interface, e.g. B. the taskbar and the start menu.
It’s not the biggest change in the world, but anyone who uses dark mode in Windows 10 and is frustrated that it doesn’t cover the entire operating system will be relieved that Microsoft is finally doing something about it.
To apply the dark theme, go to Settings> Personalization> Colors and select ‘Dark’.
While this will improve Dark Mode in Windows 10, Microsoft is still making efforts to apply it to all parts of Windows 10, especially older legacy apps and menus.