Google is finally rolling out a dark theme for Search on desktop. The change had been spotted as far back as December, yet the feature is currently official and carrying out to all users “over the next few weeks,” as indicated by an update from a Google product support manager.
You can get the new, not-quite-black theme by going to Settings > Search Settings > Appearance and choosing “dark.” There’s additionally a “device default” option which will automatically update the topic dependent on your device’s settings.
However the change is beginning to carry out now, it could require a couple of more days or weeks before it’s accessible to everybody. They further notes that a few clients have detected a sun icon that can be utilized to flip it on or off without plunging into the settings page, however it’s not satisfactory in case that is an official part of the update or another test.
- Google Drive is launching a new web “Home” page by default - November 29, 2023
- Amazon Unveils Latest AI Chip in Strengthened Partnership with Nvidia - November 29, 2023
- American Airlines Collaborates with Startup to Decrease Carbon Dioxide through Underground Storage of Plant-Based Bricks - November 29, 2023