Actually, a couple of online tools and mobile applications are receiving a native dark mode theme. In today’s article, you’ll learn how to enable or activate the Github native dark mode in a fast and straightforward method on your account settings.

Github Oficial Dark Mode Enable Tutorial

Github Dark Mode Enable Tutorial

Luckily for most of us (and to save our eyes), now Github has an official dark mode theme. Firstly, at the top-right corner of any page, click your account image (profile icon), and after that, click Settings. 

Once on the account settings page, you’ll need to click on the ‘Appearance’ button. On the “Theme Mode,” click on the drop-down menu and select the theme preference

Now it’s time to select the theme that you want to use actually. You have three options (light, dark and dark dimmed), but hopefully, they will upgrade to add more options.

In addition, you can ask for Github dark mode to follow your system color, this will make the tool follow the mode you are using on your Desktop for example.

Finally, follow the video below to review the process. For choice and flexibility in how and when you use GitHub, you can configure theme settings to change how GitHub looks to you.

Alternative options

You still have a couple of browser add-ons and plugins to make a dark mode on Github, in the following video will be exploring one of the best tools for it. When there was no official solution for the night mode in Github a couple of great developers create some amazing tools. So, we do recommend that you take a search on your browser web apps store so you can try some ones.

It’s about you, feel free to use the comment section below to let us know what are your opinions and feedback on the new night mode.

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