Google Search has acquired a dark theme for desktops as well

Google Search lets you have a dark theme on desktops as well. Here's how to turn it on.

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Although the Google Search homepage has received several visual improvements over the years, its overall design has always remained the same: It's a colorful Google logo on a white background.

Following the release by Google of a dark topic in mobile applications, the company is finally bringing some relief to the eyes of users and desktops. So if you are looking for critical information, such as the latest tech news on iguru at 3 in the morning, you can now do so without being blinded by an all-white background.

It is worth noting that the dark theme setting not only changes the background to a deep gray, but also turns the Google logo into white, giving the site an extremely minimalist look.

Dark topic in Google search
The feature is being released gradually and will need to be completed in the coming weeks, so not everyone will have it available yet. Whether it is available depends on your specific Google Account rather than your IP address.

You can see that you have the new feature and if there is, then you can adjust it properly with only 3-4 clicks. Open a page and click "Settings" at the bottom of the page.
Alternatively, you can do a Google search and then select the gear button in the upper right corner of the search results page.

Whichever way you do you will be on the settings page. On the left side of the new page you should see the new "Show" option (which will not appear if the feature is not enabled for your account).

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If you see the display option click on it and you will be taken to a page with three display options:
1. Default device
2.Dark Theme
3. Bright theme

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Click Dark Theme or ask Google to automatically change the theme based on your system settings. The Best Technology Site in Greece
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