Google is allegedly testing dark mode for desktop web searches

Google is allegedly testing dark mode for desktop web searches

Google may at long last carry its dark mode for the search to PC clients. 9to5Google reports that clients have found testing for a dark theme for Google’s desktop web searches. The tests just seem to last quickly (Reddit client Pixel3aXL saw it travel every which way within hours) and don’t influence the homepage, yet they work in third-party browsers like Firefox.

They appear to be identical, at least. On the off chance that you get the test, you’ll see a dark gray background with a white Google logo and blue buttons.

It’s not sure when (or if) Google will extend the test to more individuals. It won’t be astonishing if there’s a more extensive rollout in the months ahead, however. Both macOS and Windows 10 have had dark themes for a while, and Chrome itself supports dark modes for individual websites. A dark desktop search page would save you from searing your eyes during those late-night computing sessions.

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