Recent Windows 10 versions include a native dark mode. It allows you to switch between the dark and light themes. This can be done with Settings, by changing the options located under Personalization -> Colors. Unfortunately, Windows 10 doesn't allow you to switch its color mode automatically on a schedule. Luckily, this can be easily implemented with the help of Task Scheduler and a simple Registry tweak.
Windows 10 includes a new Mail app which is simplistic and allows you to send and receive e-mail from multiple accounts. The app supports both Light and Dark modes for its user interface. Its Dark mode is greatly improved starting with Windows 10 version 1903, allows applying the dark or light theme for an individual mail dialog.
As you may already know, Windows 10 comes with two color schemes for Store apps. The default one is light, there is also a darker one. You can add a special context menu to switch between them quickly. Here is how.
In our previous article, we covered how enable the dark theme for Settings and apps in Windows 10. It involves a Registry tweak to activate the dark theme. With Windows 10 Anniversary Update, Microsoft added the ability to activate the dark theme from Settings. Here is how it can be done.
As you may already know, Windows 10 Anniversary Update, formerly known as the Redstone 1 update, is expected to be released this summer. It has come to our knowledge that Microsoft is going to include a Dark Theme for apps and settings with this Update. The dark theme is already possible in Windows 10 so our guess is that they will simply provide a user interface to enable it so you won't need any Registry hacks or apps to enable it.
Several images of Windows 10 build 10108 have been spotted on the Internet. From the leaked images, we see some changes happening in the user interface in Windows 10. Let's see what has changed in this build.
Windows 10 features a new darker appearance for Modern apps. After following the simple steps in this article, you will be able to check it out. Note that this trick is available since the release of Windows 10 build 10056. Let's see how the new dark appearance is.
Images of private Windows 10 builds continue to leak to the Internet. The latest leaks indicate a darker appearance of Metro UI along with an updated Settings app.