Notepad++ is a free top-notch text editor for Windows users. It has advanced features which are not found on the ordinary pre-installed notepad. Notepad++ is specialized in editing tools like line numbering, editing multiple files at a time, split-screen, syntax highlighting, macro support, etc. It comes with a maximum size of around 58 MB with lots of additional functions and features. You can get the Dark Mode for Notepad++ to access them effectively in the nighttime. The Dark Mode also has special features for low power consumption and reduced blue light exposure.
How to Enable Dark Mode on Notepad++
 Launch the Notepad++ app on your preferred device.
 Navigate to the Settings section on the Menu bar.
 Scroll down and select the Style Configurator option.
 In the Style Configurator window, click on the Select Theme drop-down icon.
 Choose a deep black theme from the given themes.
 You can also choose Blackboard and Twilight themes similar to deep black mode. Apart from this, users can configure language, style, and other settings.
 At last, after all the necessary modifications, click on Save & Close button.
 Your Notepad++ will become visible in a deep dark theme. This is a permanent modification. Even after you close and open again, the Notepad++ will appear in the same dark theme only. If you want to change the theme, then you’ve to do it manually again, performing the same steps again as mentioned above.
Related: How to Turn on Dark Mode on Google Docs
Alternative Method to Get Dark Mode on Notepad++
There are plenty of dark mode third-party themes available on various websites, which you can install and use on Notepad++. They are Dracula, Material, Lunar, Nord, Solarized, Neon, ICLS, Bespin, Slush & Poppies, Obsidian, Nautical but Nice, and Water Style. Install any one of them and try the Dark mode. Let’s take the Dracula app as an example.
 Visit the Dracula website on the PC using the Google Chrome browser.
 Download the whole zip file and unlock it on your device.
 Go to %AppData%\Notepad++\themes and paste the files into a folder.
 Restart the Notepad++ application again and you will see the Notepad app with the Dracula theme.
In this way, Notepad++ users can enable dark mode on Windows 10 and 11 while working with the app. This feature helps to prevent eye strain, blurry vision, and avoid reflection issues. You can also get the Dark mode on Google sheets to improve your work efficiency. If you have got any queries or doubts tell us in the comment section and send your valuable feedback.
You can go to Menu > Search > Mark > Enter a text to highlight > Press Mark.
Click TextFX > TextFX Tools > Enable Sort outputs only at column lines > Done.
Ctrl+J is for join lines, and Ctrl-I is for split lines.
Go to Menu option > Settings > Style Configurator > Default stylers.xml theme > Global styles language > Selected text color style > Background color square > Choose your favorite color > Done.