As per Chrome 73's release notes, Windows support is "on the way". The latest version of the popular browser introduces a number of new improvements, including the much-awaited Dark Mode, which is now only available for macOS. However, that said, there is an unofficial work around to get a dark mode of sorts on Windows 10: How To Enable Chrome Dark Mode In Windows 10. If you don't enable the system-wide dark mode in macOS Mojave, you won't be able to enjoy the dark mode in Google Chrome as well. A few widely reported benefits of using dark mode include reduced eye strain, longer battery life for your device and even improved sleep.
On launching the browser you should be able to see the dark version of the browser.More news: Odell Beckham Jr. asks LeBron if he can borrow his Akron mansion
Sure, you could download "dark mode" themes from the Chrome store before, Chrome's native dark mode features the design sensibilities one would expect from Google.
Click on About Google Chrome. The rollout of Chrome 73 is staged and will soon reach users on the aforementioned platforms. As for the Dark mode in the macOS version, it looks very similar to how Chrome looks when used in incognito mode.
Chrome 73.0.3683.75 is now available for download for Windows, Mac, Linux, and Android.More news: China blocks move to declare Masood Azhar a global terrorist at UN
Sadly for Windows users, the dark mode support is nowhere to be found.
Chrome 73 also consolidates all options related to Google's sync feature under the new "Sync and Google services" section that was added to the settings menu with Chrome 72 (these changes are still being rolled out following the update, so may not be immediately present for all users). You'll also have to relaunch your browser after it has been updated to version 73 for the changes to take effect.More news: Murray doesn't run, but shines as a passer at Pro Day