The new browser interface in Windows 10 is now ready to give you an experience of Dark Theme in Chromium Microsoft Edge. Using this, you’ll experience a refined look and features which is similar to the Google Chrome. Also, the company has assured to retain the appearance and feel in the Chromium-based Edge.
In addition, the browser doesn’t support to Enable Dark Theme in Chromium Microsoft Edge Browser at the present time. But you’re able to let it permit by reading this article. Moreover, the new version is not officially announced till now and Microsoft currently testing and working on it. However, a leaked build of the new Edge browser lets you drive out this application before its public launch.
Ways to Enable Dark Theme in Chromium Microsoft Edge Browser
Here is how to Enable Dark Theme in Chromium Microsoft Edge Browser –
Step-1: First and foremost, open the Edge browser on your device.
Step-2: Access the flags page by typing the following path in the address bar –
Step-3: On the subsequent screen, you will experience the flags configuration interface just similar to Google Chrome. Visit the search box and type –
Note – There’s an alternative approach to navigate the flag by copying the following code and pasting them in the address bar of the Edge browser. This will send you to the desires setting directly.
Basically, this path makes the browser capable of adapting to the system settings in Windows 10.
Step-4: On the following screen, the flag is set to Default. Therefore, to activate the dark theme, switch the option to Enable. Now, reboot the browser to save the settings.
Step-5: At last, there’s the need to activate the feature by following the below-mentioned path in the Settings app –
Settings => Personalization => Colors => Choose your color => Dark
Once done, it’ll reflect Dark Theme in Chromium Microsoft Edge. It’ll also be applied to the new Edge browser in the Windows 10 device. Additionally, the Microsoft company is preparing to release it officially in the coming days.
Timothy Kyle Levoniussays:
This was exactly what I was wanting. Thank you!!!
Thanks for your suggestion, however, the path redirects to edge://flags/#edge-follow-os-theme itself.
chrome://flags/#edge-follow-os-theme should be changed to edge://flags/#edge-follow-os-theme when its coming to Edge insider builds.