Some apps look great in Mojave’s new dark mode, but not all of them. Instead of the current “all or nothing” approach to dark mode in macOS, here’s a Terminal command that can let you exclude individual apps from dark mode, letting you use the feature only with the apps you want.
macOS Mojave introduces a full dark mode theme, but it also removes the option to use a dark background for just the menu bar and Dock. For those who like the look of a dark menu bar and Dock but find Mojave’s full dark mode to be too dark, here’s a terminal command that gives you the best of both worlds.
The sleek new YouTube Dark Theme is available for desktop web browsers, too. Here’s how to enable it for both guest and user accounts, although you may have to modify a few YouTube preferences first.
Tired of the YouTube app’s default white color scheme? Here’s how to check out and enable the new Dark Theme in the YouTube app for iOS, which replaces the whites and light gray colors with blacks and dark grays for a sleeker look that’s easier on the eyes at night.
When you open a photo in the Windows 10 Photos app, you’ll see a sleek dark interface that’s perfect for viewing and editing your images. But if you load the Photos app directly to view your image library, the default interface is instead white and gray. Here’s how to switch the Windows 10 Photos app to the Dark Mode color theme for a more consistent look.
Windows 10 generally features a bright light theme for app and menu backgrounds and title bars. While it won’t be available at launch, those who prefer a darker look can preview the incomplete “dark theme” in Windows 10 via a few quick registry tweaks. Here’s how to do it.
Dark Mode gives a cool new look to OS X Yosemite, providing users with a dark background for the Menu Bar and Dock. You can easily enable dark mode via a checkbox in System Preferences, but Mac power users are always looking for faster and cooler ways to do things. With that in mind, why not enable a keyboard shortcut that will let you toggle dark mode on the fly? Here’s how to do it.
The new dark mode in OS X Yosemite might be too dark for some users, but a dark Dock only offers a slick new look. Unfortunately, Apple doesn’t currently give users the ability to mix and match dark mode elements, but that doesn’t mean you’re out of luck. Here’s how to use Terminal to hack your way to a dark Dock and light Menu Bar.
The third developer beta of OS X Yosemite finally introduced the long-awaited “dark mode” option. Here’s where you can find the setting to enable or disable Yosemite’s dark mode.
Apple unveiled a new “dark mode” for OS X Yosemite during the company’s WWDC keynote earlier this month, but the feature has thus far been absent from the first two developer builds. Today, however, developer Hamza Sood discovered that a partially-functional Dark Mode could be enabled in the second Yosemite beta with a Terminal command.