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6.4: Adjusting between Light and Dark Themes

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    Windows 10 includes two personalization modes- light mode is the default mode and works well during daytime, and dark mode uses a dark color scheme in backgrounds and another part of the OS and supported apps, and it's an option more suited for a low-light environment. (Windows Central, n.d.)

    You can switch between the light and dark mode using these steps:

    1. Open Settings.
    2. Click on Personalization.
    3. Click on Colors.
    4. Under "More Options," select the Light (default) or Dark using the "Choose your default app mode" option.

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    This page titled 6.4: Adjusting between Light and Dark Themes is shared under a CC BY license and was authored, remixed, and/or curated by Nick Heisserer (Minnesota State Opendora) .

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