Sunday, March 10, 2019

How to enable dark mode on mac

Dark mode theme is one of the coolest thing that Apple offers in its latest mac OS software. Giving your Mac a unique interface and a better desktop environment to work in. For many users Dark Theme is perhaps the most popular new feature to arrive in MacOS Mojave. In this post we are going to show you how to enable dark mode theme on Mac.

How to Enable Dark Mode and Light Mode on Mac

If you are looking for a way to enable dark mode theme on your Mac, then follow these steps: 

STEP 1: From Apple menu, choose System Preference.

STEP 2: Click on "General".

STEP 3: From the Appearance option tab, select Dark.

STEP 4: Once you choose the Dark theme, simply close the System Preferences tab and your Mac theme will change.
Mac also supports Light theme mode that gives an enhance look to your Mac.

With many bright grays and bright white visual elements, this has been the default appearance of MacOS for quite some time in one respect or another (Mac OS X has had several distinct visual themes over the years, from aqua to brushed metal to beyond, with the most recently recognizable UI appearance change having arrived in Yosemite as the bright Light theme, and with the Dark theme option arriving in Mojave).

How to quickly switch between Dark Mode and Light Mode on Mac

Some people may find the System Preferences tab is somehow too long and they are looking for a quick way to switch between dark mode and light mode. Here we are going to show you a way to do this quick switch: 

STEP 1: Open Automator from the spotlight search.

STEP 2: A window still appears on your Mac screen. Here, see to it that Actions tab is selected → Now you are supposed to click on Utilities under Library. Then click Change System Appearance.

STEP 3: Drag Change System Appearance action to the Automator window.
STEP 4: Choose Toggle Light/Dark from the drop-down list.

STEP 5: Choose Save, Give the file name save it to your choice of location, and click on Save.

STEP 6: Now simply drag the Automator and drop it to Mac dock.

If you have any other quick methods, make sure to share it with us in our comment section below.


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