Google launches 14 new themes for Chrome.

Google Chrome launch 14 new themes.

The world most used search engine Google has launched 14 new official themes for its most popular web browser ‘Google Chrome’.

For those who don’t know that Chrome always had support for themes since a while, but was made by developers.

Any Chrome user can easily download and install the themes from the Chrome store [ Chrome store ]

The list of 14 different colored themes is – Black, Slate, Oceanic, Ultra Violet, Classic Blue, Banana, Black and White, Honeysuckle, Rose, Serenity, Sea Foam, Marsala, High Contrast Colorful, and Pretty in Pink are simplistic in design and offer diverse shading plans.

How to install and uninstall the Chrome theme.

Any Chrome user can easily install and uninstall the themes by following these steps given below-

Steps to install the themes-

1. Open your Chrome browser.

2. Click on the three dot icon on the upper right corner of your Chrome browser.

3. Click on setting from the drop-down menu.

4. Move to appearance section and select theme.

5. After the above steps, you will move to the Chrome web store.

6. Here you get numbers of free and beautiful theme and now just choose the one you like and click on Add to Chrome

You can also uninstall the Chrome theme just by moving back to the appearance section and click on 'Reset to default'.

As of late, it was uncovered in a report from 9to5 Google, that Google is trying the dark mode for its internet browser Google Chrome on the two Windows and MacOS operating systems. The report refers to both Reddit and Twitter user who has detected this on Chrome 74 "which discharged in the Canary channel". For those ignorant, Chrome Canary is an early discharge, trial rendition of Google's internet browser Chrome.

The Dark Mode will turn the screen dark and the text white. Back in August, Google revealed the Dark Mode as a major aspect of Material Theme components for its Android Messages application. Beforehand, it has rolled the equivalent for its different platforms, for example, YouTube and Google Maps also.