Say goodbye to the white start page and Google.com search results.
Here's what's finally happening: Google.com is going dark. What used to be a set of interesting plugins with site-specific themes can now be activated directly from the Google homepage. An official post from the support forums says that Google Desktop Search dark mode starts today and will be available to all users "in the next few weeks".
Whether you are currently in a dark state depends on your Google Account. I have the new mode on two of my four Google accounts (don't ask), including a personal account and a paid Google Workspace account. To enable this feature, go to Google.com settings - on the main screen, this page is linked at the bottom left, and on the search results page, below the gear button at the top right. On the settings page - if dark mode has entered your account - you will see a new "Appearance" section where you can enable the mode.
After turning on dark mode, you will receive a theme switch on the gear button, allowing you to easily switch between dark and light mode. The dark settings seem to work across all parts of the Google.com site, such as news, shopping, books, photos, and more.
If you don't have the Appearance section in the settings, you can't have a dark case yet, wait!
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