Once you launch Canary using the newly edited shortcut, it should be all, well, dark. Originally posted on May 2018, the bug description points out that Windows 10 allows users to set their apps to light or dark mode.
Google has been experimenting with various new improvements to Chrome, including a dark mode for Windows and macOS, and now a new way of displaying information about tabs.
Despite there being more Windows users than Mac users, and that the popularity of Chrome on Windows is even greater, Google seems to have prioritised Chrome dark mode for Mac development over the Windows PC.
Given that Windows 10 has been capable of supporting Dark Modes for quite a while now, the lack of progress on bringing it to Windows could have been seen as a worrying sign that there was nothing in the offing, however, one of the Chromium team, Senior Engineer Peter Kasting, responding to a question on Reddit has confirmed that the team are very much working on it. Currently, the feature is in testing, and only available via Google Chrome Canary distributions.
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If you think you may find this tool useful, you can download it from Github. "C:\Users\Martin\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome SxS\Application\chrome.exe" -force-dark-mode. With Canary, the Google Chrome team can test features in advance and get feedback from users across the world who like to experiment with the latest ideas. To do this, right-click the shortcut Properties.
Google is working on integrating Dark Mode into the Google Chrome web browser on Windows that paints the browser UI in dark colors. Remove the parameter again to restore the light theme. Expect a lot of things to change and several design tweaks to be implemented before the final release, but it does give us an early look into this long overdue feature. The new hover cards will replace the existing tooltips and will match the current UI of Chrome.