Dark refers to a low level of light, often associated with the absence of light or the blocking of light by an object. In computing, “dark mode” refers to a display setting that changes the background color of an application or operating system interface to a darker color, usually black or dark gray. This can reduce eye strain and be easier on the eyes in low light environments. Dark mode can be enabled in various software applications and operating systems, including web browsers, mobile devices, and desktop operating systems. Some people prefer dark mode for its aesthetic appeal, while others use it for practical reasons such as improving visibility and reducing eye fatigue.
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