Dark mode on Chromebook makes you exciting to work. A Dark theme is mostly the preferred theme by people these days. It reduces eye strain, minimizing blue-light emission. There are two versions to enable dark mode on Chromebook, one is an old version, and the new latest version will be released in 2022. There are a few couples of requirements needed for a Chromebook to enable dark mode. You can enable Dark Mode on Chromebook in two ways.
Requirements to Enable Dark Mode on Chromebook
1: You have to switch to the Beta channel to activate the dark mode. There are three channels, namely the Stable channel, the Beta channel, and the Dev channel.
2: You can easily switch between these channels to perform the advanced features on Chromebook.
3: Turn on the Chrome flags and experimental features on the Chromebook.
4: Back up all the files before you change into the Beta channel or else it will completely wipe away.
Switch into Beta Channel[Old Version]
 Sign in to your Google account.
 Select the time at the bottom right corner of the screen.
 Navigate to Settings.
 Head to the About Chrome OS section and then select the Additional details tab.
 Click on the Change Channel blue color link on the right side of the Channel option.
 Click on the Beta option and then click on the Change Channel link.
 Wait until the download finishes and then restart your Chromebook.
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Enable Dark Mode in Beta Version
 Sign to your Google Account after restarting your device.
 Launch Google Chrome on your Chromebook.
 Type chrome://flags in the search bar and this leads you to the Experiments window.
 Type dark or dark mode in the Search flags bar.
 Click on the Enabled button next to the Dark/light mode of the system UI.
 Select the dropdown menu next to Force dark mode for web contents > select the Enabled option.
 Repeat this process for all the Chrome flags.
 Lastly, click on the Restart button at the bottom right corner of the screen.
When you restart your Chromebook, you’ll see the whole desktop appear in dark mode, including web pages also. Since it is an experimental process, you’ll face some bugs and lag also. If you encounter any issues and couldn’t able to handle your Chromebook in this mode, disable the dark mode completely.
How to Disable Dark Mode
1: Launch Google Chrome and log in to your Google account.
2: Enter chrome://flags in the search bar.
3: Type dark or dark mode in the Experiments window.
4: Click the Enabled button next to the Force Dark mode for web content.
5: Tap on the dropdown arrow and select the Disabled option.
6: Repeat this process for all the Chrome flags.
7: Finally, click on the Restart button.
After this process, your Chromebook will be as usual in a default light mode, and if you encounter any problem with bugging reset or factory resetting your Chromebook. There are many latest features has rolled out in Chromebook, such as Chrome OS recycle bin, read later, clipboard history, Phone hub, etc. By simply enabling the Chrome flag, you can turn on the dark mode on your Chromebook.
Enable Dark Mode on Chromebook [Latest Version]
In this latest version, you’ve no need to switch to the Beta channel or Dev channel. Hence, the dark mode is available in the Stable channel.
 Launch chrome://flags on the browser and search dark or dark mode. Or else directly open chrome://flags/#dark-light-mode to activate flag.
 Select Dark/light mode of system UI or head to chrome://flags?#enable-force-dark.
 Search Force Dark Mode for Web Contents and click on the dropdown arrow of the Enabled option.
 Click on the Restart button at the bottom right corner once you’ve finished the necessary changes.
 Open the Quick Settings panel, and a dark theme tile appears. Click on it to enable dark mode on your Chromebook.
 You can also customize the color by clicking on the Arrow icon and you can choose any color mode accordingly.
Disabling method in the latest Chromebook feature is as simple as that. Just by turning off the dark theme tile under the Quick Settings panel, you can disable the dark mode on Chromebook. Read on our FAQ section to clarify any queries and send us your precious feedback.
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There are alternative third-party apps to turn on the dark theme and Dark Reader is one of them. Search the Dark Reader extension and add it to chrome, shifting towards the dark-themed sites and pages.
Log out Google account > Press and hold Ctrl+Alt+Shift+R at a time > Tap Restart > Click Powerwash button > Select Continue > Follow on-screen prompts > Again Sign-in to Google account > Finish Setting up Chromebook.