How to Enable Dark Mode on macOS Mojave

Don't fail to turn on Dark Mode in macOS Mojave to prevent your eyes from burning or straining. It can soothe the precious eyes and thereby allow you to work more comfortably at night. Head over to take it for a spin!

macOS 10.14 is apparently one of the most feature-rich updates that have ever arrived for Mac. And the feature that’s getting tons of traction is the full-fledged Dark Mode, which is designed to enhance your viewing experience. Yet to have a go at it? Follow along to turn on Dark Mode on macOS Mojave to use your Mac more comfortably in the night and also protect your eyes from burning.

The best thing about Dark Mode in the latest macOS is that it works perfectly throughout the interface. You can use it in several apps like Photos, Mail, Messages and more. Having given it a long run, I can say with full confidence that it’s gonna bolster your productivity and light up your movie watching experience—big time!

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How to Enable Dark Mode in macOS Mojave

How to Enable Dark Mode in macOS Mojave

Step #1. Click on Apple Menu on your Mac.

Step #2. Now, click on System Preference.

Click on System Preferences in macOS Mojave

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Step #3. Next, you need to click on General.

Click on General in macOS Mojave System Preferences

Step #4. Next up, check out the second option next to Appearance. Simply select it to activate Dark Mode on your macOS.

Enable Dark Mode in macOS Mojave

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Now, go ahead and use your computer to your heart’s liking. Ditto, you will have a more convenient viewing experience. You also have the option to explore the custom accent colors. If you wish to play around with the display, don’t fail to dig into them.

Besides, do give a look to the option to highlight color as well. I’m sure it’s gonna further enrich your media viewing time.

How to Disable Dark Mode in macOS Mojave

So, you have enjoyed a long run with the dark interface. And now, it’s time to go for a brighter interface. Turning off Dark Mode is just as simple!

Step #1. Open Apple menu → Click on System Preferences.

Click on System Preferences in macOS Mojave

Step #2. Click on General.

Click on General in macOS Mojave System Preferences

Step #3. Now, deselect the second option that’s right next to Appearance.

Disable Dark Mode in macOS Mojave

There you go!

Have Your Say

What’s your take on the full-fledged Dark Mode? And how much charmed are you with its neat functionality? We would be really glad to know your thoughts about this feature in particular and macOS Mojave in general.

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Jignesh Padhiyarhttps://www.igeeksblog.com
Jignesh Padhiyar is the founder of iGeeksBlog.com who has a keen eye for news, rumors and all the unusual stuff that happens around iPhone and iPad.

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