How to enable dark mode on all websites in Chrome Canary on PC

Today, in this blog post, you will learn an easy approach to enable dark mode on all websites in Chrome Canary on PC. On August 3, 2019, the company releases a new flag – “Force Dark Mode for Web contents” to their Chrome Canary version. Although, Google Chrome already supports dark mode on Windows and dark theme for websites

Google Chrome already holds “dark mode” on Windows and dark theme for websites. But now you will experience a literally dark mode supported website now appears complete dark in Chrome. To activate this feature, at first, you have to set the dark Windows OS theme preference. In addition, the chromium team now allows a flag to force dark mode on all websites in the browser. However, the feature is now available behind a flag in the latest version of Canary.

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dark mode on all websites in Chrome Canary

“Force Dark Mode for Web contents” is a newly highlighted feature added to Chrome flags page. When you enable this feature, it automatically presents all web contents using a dark theme. The flag is accessible with the different operating system. Such as – Mac, Windows, Linux, Chrome OS, and Android. Besides the Enabled setting, Chrome also allows you to enable the feature with other following options-

Simple HSL-based inversion

Simple CIELAB-based inversion

Selective image inversion

Selective inversion of non-image elements

Selective inversion of everything

Methods to enable dark mode on all websites in Chrome Canary on PC

Here is the easy way to enable dark mode on all websites in Chrome Canary on PC-

Step-1: At first, ensure that you’re using the latest version of the Chrome Canary 78.0.3873.0 on your computer.

Step-2: Type chrome://flags in the address bar and press the Enter key.

Step-3: Now, type dark mode in the search bar.

Step-4: From the result, locate Force dark mode for Web contents flag.

dark mode on all websites in Chrome Canary

Step-5: Click on the drop-down menu and simply switch the flag to Enabled from the Default option.

Step-6: Ultimately, click on Relaunch Now option to restart the browser and save the changes.

dark mode on all websites in Chrome Canary

Step-7: Now, visit any website, you will find that the contents in it would turn dark.