Dark Mode can be enabled in any version of Windows 11, and it’s simple enough that anyone can do it. Even better, you can turn Dark Mode off at any time if you decide you don’t like it, so it’s worth trying it out for a day or two and seeing if your eyes like the change.
1. Launch the Settings app. You can find it in the Start menu or by typing “settings” in the search bar.
2. In Settings, click Personalization, then click Colors. In this menu, you will see the Choose your mode option, which lets you choose from light, dark, and custom themes.
3. Select Dark from the list. Appearance preferences will instantly change system-wide. You can switch back to Light mode using the same drop-down menu.
4. Directly under the Choose your mode banner, click the toggle switch to enable or disable transparency effects depending on your preference.
Windows 11 also lets you play with UI colors to customize the dark mode theme (via Microsoft).
Find the Accent Color menu under the Choose your mode section.
From the drop-down menu, select Automatic if you want Windows to choose an accent color in your wallpaper.
If you want to choose from a predefined palette or create new color options, select Manual from the drop-down menu.
Custom mode, on the other hand, offers more granular control over how Windows 11 looks. The operating system’s user interface and apps can be set to light or dark mode separately, so you can keep your dark interface but run apps (e.g. Notepad or Mail) in light mode or vice versa. To use this feature, go to Settings > Personalization > Colors and select Custom from the drop-down menu to design a custom theme.
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