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The “Dark Mode” is a visualization mode increasingly adopted by software and devices in the current market. This fashion comes with everything to reduce fatigue and visual problems of users who spend more and more time in front of screens. Now, fashion has come to Microsoft products with the latest version of Windows 10, allowing the user to put the entire system and its apps and programs in “Dark Mode” . In this article, we will show you how simple it is to enable this feature in Windows 10.

If you are using the latest version of Windows 10, enabling Dark Mode on the operating system is a very simple and quick procedure. First, click on the Start menu icon and go to Settings (the gear symbol)> Personalization> Colors . In the menu you can choose between three color patterns: Light, Dark or Custom . Light or Dark themes change the appearance of the Start menu and all apps and programs native to the system.

If you choose the “Custom” option , you can mix the best of the Light and Dark themes. For example, you can choose to leave the Start menu and taskbar in Dark Mode, but keep the rest of Windows apps and programs with the default Light theme.

You can change the color scheme to see which one you like best. The preview image shows how the changes will look on your system, in addition to being applied at the time you select them so that you can experience the change.

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Once you have chosen your preferred color scheme, you can also select the accent color that will appear on the icons, and other elements on the screen. Best of all, instead of choosing a single color, you can configure Windows to choose the accent color based on the colors of your wallpaper. In addition, if no color pleases your visual taste, you can also upload a custom color to the themes to create your own variation.

Changing the color theme in Windows 10 not only affects the colors of the menu and the built-in apps, but also the File Explorer and the Settings menu. Other affected apps include Alarms and Clock, Calculator, Calendar, Mail, Microsoft Store, Sticky Notes, 3D Viewer, Video Editor, Windows Security, Xbox Game Bar, Your Phone and more.

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