Google Chrome 74 beat supports dark mode in Windows 10 | roboticplanet.co

Google Chrome 74 beat supports dark mode in Windows 10

The tech giant Google has pushed Chrome beta version 74 and the browser support for the dark mode in Windows 10, though the feature we’ve been expecting the start of the year 2019 but at least Chrome release it.

Besides that earlier this month the dark mode feature already arrived in macOS with the version of Chrome 73, But Windows 10 is still waiting for their consumers. Also, the good news of the Mac users is when you turn on your system dark mode in system setting and automatically Google Chrome browser will switch to dark mode.

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Similarly, Windows 10 already released system dark mode and probably Microsoft will release with its Windows 10 April 2019 Update, and Chrome will automatically change dark mode feature.

The other hand Microsoft last year introduced a dark mode in Windows 10, and it lives on October 2018 update, although some of the numerous users who haven’t received that upgrade.

Another interesting feature of Google Chrome 74 beta is reduced motion sickness that may be experienced when browsing the web.

The Chromium blog Explains: “Some of the Chrome users have reported about the motion sick when viewing parallax scrolling, zooming, and other effects. As many operating systems like Android have accessibility to reduce motion whenever possible.”

The banishing fancy animation feature likes the parallax scrolling which also discomforts for some people to view, if you have set the operating system level options to disable or remove the animation for such a reason, Chrome will also set this automatically with that preference.

Moreover, the developer of the website must have implemented and an alternative version of the web page of fancy animations.

Source: Windowslatest

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