How to "force" Google Chrome always shows a dark background for all visited websites

How to "force" Google Chrome always shows a dark background for all visited websites


As you know, Google Chrome 78 is a version that brings a lot of new features very noticeably, and "dark mode" (Dark Mode) is one of the features that many users are interested in.

By default, Google Chrome will automatically ask a site to launch Dark Mode if the site supports it when visiting. However, for sites without Dark Mode, Google also has its own way of "forcing". Specific activation is as follows.

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Step 1: Enter path "chrome: // flags"in the URL bar of the Google Chrome browser and press ENTER to access the hidden features page.

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Step 2: Enter keywords "dark"into the search box.

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Step 3: Wait for the results list to appear. Now change all the default selections of the keyword related list above to "Enabled".

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Step 4: When the changes are complete, press "Relaunch"for the change to take effect and restart the browser.

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From now on, all websites accessed in Google Chrome will be automatically switched to Dark Mode, regardless of whether or not that website is supported.

Great is not it?

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