How to Turn on Dark Mode in Windows 11

How to turn on Dark Mode in Windows 11

One of the positive features of Windows 11 is that its users can change many parts of it to their liking. One of these sections is the choice of theme or dark or light mode. If you are one of those people who work in a dark or dim room, it is better to activate the Dark mode because your eyes will be less damaged by the screen light and will get tired later.

Like Windows 10, Windows 11 comes with two primary options for its menus, settings, and other primary interface elements: dark or light. While it’s easy to change from one to the other, it isn’t immediately apparent how to access that option. Here’s how you do it.

Switch from Light to Dark or Dark to Light

From the Windows 11 desktop, right-click on any open space on your wallpaper, then click “Personalization.”

Scroll down a bit and click “Colors.” The first option on this screen Is “Choose your mode.” This is what you’re looking for, more or less. You’ve got three options:

  • Light — most backgrounds and visual elements will be white or light grey
  • Dark — most backgrounds and visual elements will be shades of dark grey
  • Custom — choose between Light and Dark modes for both Windows settings menus and apps
Most people will probably prefer either light mode or dark mode for both, but you can mix and match using the Custom setting. For example, here’s a Custom setup with the Windows taskbar and Start menu set to dark and apps set to light:

And here’s the opposite configuration:

Note that not every app supports automatically switching between light and dark modes with Windows.

Color choices

Scrolling down a little further, you can customize your PC’s theme even more by choosing an accent color. This is the color (and related colors) that will appear on Windows elements that require contrast to be easily visible, like the notification icon in the bottom-right corner of the taskbar, or the selected buttons on the Action Bar. By default Windows 11 will choose an accent color based on the colors of your desktop wallpaper. This tends to look pretty good and contributes to a consistent overall theme.

But if you’re not thrilled with the automatic choice, you can select “Manual” from the drop-down bar on the right. If even the tiles on the main view aren’t enough, you can scroll down to Custom colors and click “View colors” to choose from an RGB palette.

The last options are to apply your accent color to your Start menu and taskbar, and to show an accent color on title bars and window borders. This lessens some of the transparency of Windows 11, and makes it look more like some of the older versions of the operating system. It looks like this:

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