MacOS is by far the best OS when it comes to features, and the macOS 10.14 is a no exception. The most significant hype from this update is the Dark Mode that is made to give you the best viewing experience. One thing which we liked about the latest Dark Mode update is that it perfectly fits through the macOS interface. So turn ON/enable Dark Mode on macOS Mojave and protect your eyes from straining.
One thing I liked the most is that you can use dark mode with all your native macOS apps like iMovies, Photos, and Mails. This thing is sure going to boost your productivity level at its peak. Did you get a chance to put your hands on this feature? If not, join me and I’ll show you how to activate dark mode on Mac running macOS Mojave.
How to Enable Dark Mode in macOS Mojave
Step #1: First of all, click on Apple Menu on your Mac.
Step #2: Click on the System Preferences.
Step #3: Now, Click on General.
Step #4: Next, Go to Appearance and choose the second option to turn on dark mode on your macOS 10.14.
That’s it!! Now go ahead and start using it. I’m sure you are going to enjoy this feature. You also have an option for custom accent colours to changing the appearance and making it more colourful and attractive. This Accent colours used on Buttons, dropdowns, checkboxes, selections in lists, window Accents, and menu selections.
How to Disable Dark Mode in macOS Mojave
At any time if you want to turn off dark mode and return to the brighter interface then check out this below-mentioned steps:
Step #1: Click on Apple menu on your macOS Mojave.
Step #2: Click on System Preferences.
Step #3: Now, click on General.
Step #4: Next, move to Appearance and unselect the second the option to deactivate dark mode.
That’s all friends!
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