1 Dark mode in MacOS Mojave 10.14

How to Disable/Enable Dark Mode on Mac, MacBook: MacOS Catalina, Mojave [10.14]: Safari, TextEdit, Finder, Pages, Notes, Photoshop, Mail App

If you know apple unveiled dark mode finally on MacOS officially but by default come to turn off dark mode macOS Catalina. So you can enable or turn on dark mode from the Mac settings. Dark mode on macOS help to get documents, Xcode for Developers, Contents, Files and Folders more visible and highlighted that help to work easily. We can manage Dark mode easily on your iMac, MacBook Pro, Mac Mini, MacBook Air running on macOS Catalina (10.14 or later).

Finally, Apple gives proper dark mode in new updates. That doesn’t change the theme but system settings and all the places very well. Most Used to Apps and Sofware for Dark mode screen are Safari, TextEdit, Finder, Pages, Notes, Photoshop, Mail App.

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Steps for Disable/Enable Dark mode on macOS Catalina, Mojave

1 Dark mode in MacOS Mojave 10.14

Other than Dark Mode, we do have two more choices; Light and Auto.

  1. Go to the Apple Menu on your Mac.

    Apple OS X Yosemite apple menu screen
    Click on Apple Menu and choose System Preferences
  2. Click System Preferences.
  3. Choose General.

    Click General
    Click General
  4. Next to Appearance, select Dark.

    Select Dark option
    Select Dark option
  • Light Mode: By default, Light mode will be enabled on your Mac, so hopefully, you have a perfect idea about how light mode looks.
  • Dark Mode: Enabling dark mode on Mac, will change the entire interface of macOS to Dark.
  • Auto: Auto mode works based upon your Geo-Location, so during night time, Mac will go dark whereas, during sunlight, the Mac will go Light automatically.

Dark mode converts the whole interface and converts into the dark with the All Apps that people are using most: Messages, Pages, iTunes, Mail, Xcode, Calendar, Finder, Photos and more.

The wallpaper will change dynamically, Morning Wallpaper, Day night Wallpaper, and Evening Wallpaper.

Desktop Stacks will organize all the files automatically.

Note: We can switch into any display mode, Dark mode or Normal mode without turn off or restart the system.

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