Microsoft recently released Windows 10 Insiders Preview build: 14316 to it’s fast ring users. In this build, Microsoft added support to switch between dark and light themes universally. If you have installed this build or above, you will be able to change the theme of apps which responds to theme changes in the OS.
Continue reading to know about it with a easy to navigate video demonstration and at the end, share your feedback with Microsoft.
In Windows 10 insider preview build 14316, Microsoft added support to switch between dark and light themes universally via Settings > Personalization > Colors. When you switch to dark mode, apps such as Settings, Store, Alarms & Clock, Calculator and other UWP apps that responds to theme changes in the OS will change into dark mode.
The apps which are not binded to OS theme, will continue with their original theme even though you change it there. So, if you find an app which doesn’t change it’s theme, it’s due to the unimplemented version of that app’s progressiveness to change the theme according to Windows settings.
Here’s I am embedding a video demonstration of the same, which will be easy to understand the way to change the theme mode (either Dark Theme or Light Theme):
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