Here’s How to Activate Dark Mode on Facebook Using Chrome and Safari

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We have been using Facebook for years now and it has mostly been the same with several design changes. While developers are consistently working to bring dark themes in apps, Facebook has been quite reluctant with it. The company did update Instagram and Messenger with dark mode, but Facebook itself remains the same. Today, we are here to walk you through the technique to enable dark mode on Facebook. Let's dive in to see some more details on the subject.

Enable Dark Mode on Facebook Using Chrome and Safari

As mentioned earlier, our workaround only works on Facebook.com. So, if you use the world's largest social media platform on your computer, then you can enable the dark theme through some minor tweaks. Facebook.com has the option available in Safari and Chrome.

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Dark Mode Using Chrome

If you're unfamiliar, let's see how you can enable dark mode on Facebook through Chrome.

1. In your Chrome browser, enter the following URL:

chrome://flags/#enable-force-dark

2. Now, choose Dark Mode using the dropdown option and Facebook will be transformed automatically.

Dark Mode on Facebook

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That's all that you have to do. Take note that this Chrome feature also works with other websites that support the theme. To turn it back, follow the same URL and disable it.

Dark Mode Using Safari

The same approach works with Safari, but the method is different. It's simple if you have enabled dark mode on your iPhone or Mac, just visit the platform through the web browser. To be precise, if your operating system supports Dark Mode, then just head over to Facebook's official website and it should show a dark theme.

As of now, the company is probably working on a full-fledged dark mode for its app on iOS and Android. In addition, there is no word as to when it will be released to the general public.

That's all for now, folks. What are your thoughts on the matter? Let us know in the comments.

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