Starting with Windows 10 April 2018 Update, Microsoft Edge has a Dark Mode which you can enable. When using this mode, the title bar, the tabs, and the menus from Microsoft Edge from gray or white to black. Also, the text you see in the menus and other places turns from black to white. Here is how to turn the Dark Mode on and off, in Microsoft Edge:
NOTE: This feature is available in Microsoft Edge, starting with Windows 10 April 2018 Update, which was released in April 2018. If you do not know what version of Windows 10 you have, read this tutorial: What version, edition and type of Windows 10 do I have installed?
How to turn the Dark Mode on, in Microsoft Edge
Open Microsoft Edge and click or tap the "Settings and more" button on the top-right corner. You can do that also by pressing the ALT+X keys on your keyboard. In the menu that is shown, click or tap Settings.
In the list of settings, look for the Customize section. There, you find a drop-down list named "Choose a theme." The default value for it is Light. Click on the drop-down list and choose Dark.
You immediately see the Microsoft Edge window turning black.
Click anywhere outside the settings, and you are done.
Enjoy the new Dark Mode in Microsoft Edge!
How to turn off the Dark Mode in Microsoft Edge
If you are tired of Microsoft Edge being black all the time, and you want it white and gray again, you can easily disable the Dark Mode. To do that, follow the steps from the previous section. After you click or tap inside the "Choose a theme" drop-down list, choose Light instead of Dark.
Microsoft Edge returns to its default visuals. Click or tap outside the settings, and you are done.
Do you like Microsoft Edge better when it is dark?
Microsoft has implemented the Dark Mode in Windows 10 as a result of users' requests. It seems that the Dark Mode is popular with Windows 10 users. Do you like it too? Do you enjoy using Microsoft Edge more when it is dark? Comment below and let's discuss.