We have great news for Chrome users, as Google has just added support for the Dark Mode in its browser on Windows computers. The tech giant has recently released the Google Chrome 74 Beta which comes with this new feature.
Dark Mode for Windows added to Google Chrome 74 Beta
The Dark Mode is getting more and more popular these days, and it is a handy feature that we really need to have on our devices. Now, once you switch on “Dark” in the settings of the platform, you will be able to see that the browser will automatically load its darker-colored theme.
The new mode will add a more somber atmosphere to Google Chrome, but it’s definitely going to be extremely useful for its users. You will also notice that the Google logo will not be as colorful as usual.
The upcoming Google Chrome 74 could also help prevent motion sickness
We have some more exciting news about Google Chrome 74, as the newly updated browser might help those who suffer from motion sickness. It looks like the browser can tell websites to adjust to your OS-level preferences when it comes to animations and motion.
This means that if you decide to switch on specific options, such as “Reduce motion” or “Remove animations”, on your Windows, Mac, Android or iOS device, Chrome will then instruct the pages you’re visiting to not play any videos or disturbing visual effects that could cause you to experience nausea and dizziness.
However, keep in mind that the new feature in Google Chrome 74 will only work for websites that already have calmer versions of their lively pages.
That is clearly an excellent addition to the browser, and it will help many users who are susceptible to motion sickness. The new feature will definitely turn Google Chrome 74 into your friend.
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