Dark Mode is a software option that makes the user interface dark. It changes the light backgrounds to dark colors, and at the same time, it makes the color of the text from dark to light.
The result is that we get a pseudo-inverted interface that is not opposed to the “light mode,” but only dark colors are still seen in it.
The dark mode, also called “night mode,” has been very popular among developers for many years. Since the developers have to keep an eye on the source code for a long time, the dark background proves to be very helpful, as it produces less trouble for the eyes.
Dark mode has become a very popular option for all end-users as it is a standard option for both Windows and macOS.
The first version of Windows that supports dark mode is after Windows 10 October 2018 Update. At the same time, the first version of macOS that used to support dark mode is macOS 10.14 Mojave, which was released in September 2018.
Although there is no standard dark mode palette, each developer has to choose how to implement it.
While some dark modes have dark gray themes, others have a completely black theme. In other versions, you can get different hues, such as slate or dark blue.
You will see the option to switch to dark mode in the “General” or “Interface” section of one of the program’s settings. On some websites, you can also see the option of dark mode.