How to Force Dark Mode on Every Website in Google Chrome

Here are the steps on how to force dark mode on every website in Google Chrome:

  1. Open Google Chrome.
  2. In the address bar, type “chrome://flags” and press Enter.
  3. Search for “dark mode”.
  4. Click on the “Force Dark Mode for Web Contents” flag.
  5. Select the “Enabled” option.
  6. Click on the “Relaunch” button.

Once you have completed these steps, Google Chrome will force dark mode on every website you visit. This may not work perfectly for all websites, but it is a good way to get dark mode on websites that don’t have native support for it.

Here are some additional things to note:

  • This is an experimental feature, so it may not work perfectly on all websites.
  • If you have any problems with this feature, you can disable it by following the same steps and selecting the “Disabled” option for the “Force Dark Mode for Web Contents” flag.
  • Google may eventually add this feature to the regular settings menu, but for now, it is only available in the experimental flags menu.

Here are some other ways to enable dark mode in Google Chrome:

  • Use a dark mode extension. There are a number of extensions available that can force dark mode on websites. Some popular options include:
    • Dark Reader
    • Dark Mode for Google Chrome
    • Night Eye
  • Change your operating system’s theme to dark mode. If your operating system supports dark mode, you can enable it and Google Chrome will automatically switch to dark mode.
  • Use a third-party browser. There are a number of browsers that support dark mode, such as Firefox and Opera. If you’re not happy with Google Chrome’s dark mode implementation, you can try one of these browsers instead.