Apple has been toying with the Dark Mode for quite a while now especially with the OS X Yosemite, however it didn’t really stand up to the task. Fret not, because the dark mode is finally here in its entirety. The new OS Mojave features the latest Dark Mode option which changes the color scheme of your entire PC to suit those working under low light.
The MacOS Mojave Dark Mode turns all white backgrounds to black and all white texts to black. This not only soothes your eyes but also provides a better color scheme for working long hours, as claimed by many users. The photo viewing and editing tools also have a better viewability in the Dark Mode since now the photos are being placed against a darker background, thereby bringing out their true colors.
You can activate the Dark Mode in your MacBook Pro by following the steps below:
Head over to your Macbook Pro menu and find the 'System Preferences' tab in it and open it.
Within the 'System Preferences' tab you will find the ‘General’ option. Clicking on this will take you to the appearance control menu.
In this menu you can select the Dark Mode and also a range of other features such as accent colors, highlight color, etc. Basically, you get to choose how exactly your Dark Mode will look like.
MacBooks come with a feature known as 'Dynamic Desktops' whereby the wallpaper changes automatically depending on the time of the day. With the Dark Mode activated this feature will no longer work as even during the daytime your system’s appearance will be of a darker theme.