Firefox was one of the first major browsers to offer a dedicated dark mode, and if you’re using Windows, macOS, iOS, or Android, you can enable the option very easily.
A Mozilla spokesman said, “The Dark Mode theme has been growing in popularity over the years.” “One of the reasons for this is that people stare at the screen longer. Often in dark or dark environments. Dark mode can relieve eye strain in these situations. The dark mode also has to do with extending battery life.”
Whatever the reason you switched to dark mode in Firefox-sleep, reduce glare or simply look cool-here’s how.
Use Dark Mode For Firefox On Desktop
To enable Firefox’s Dark Mode on Windows, macOS, or Linux, open the main menu, click’Custom’, then select’Dark’ from the’Theme’ drop-down menu at the bottom of the page.
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You can also download additional themes here, including a number of spatial theme options that give you the advantage of dark mode with an attractive background image instead of plain black and gray.
Use Dark Mode For Firefox on IOS and Android
If you are using Firefox for iOS, open the menu and tap on’Night Mode’ to switch to a darker color scheme.
Firefox for Android doesn’t offer a dark mode yet, but it will change soon. The Firefox Preview, currently available for testing, will replace the old app in the coming months. By default it matches your device’s theme, but you can also set it to light or dark manually.
To access the options, open the menu, tap’Theme’, then choose from three options.
To use the existing Firefox app for Android, visit http://addons.mozilla.org and download a dark third-party theme.
There is also a Firefox extension that forces dark mode on websites that don’t currently support it (Dark Reader is the most popular).
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