A few months after Google first introduced Night Mode on the Chrome browser.
Improved night mode is expected to be a part of Chrome for Windows 10 and macOS in the future.
Try at the same time with the latest release of Chrome Canary.
Google last week released Chrome 87 as the latest stable version of its web browser.
It introduced Chrome Actions to allow users to type commands in the address bar.
As reported by the Windows Latest Blog, Google engineers on Chromium Gerrit have pledged to explain upcoming improvements to Chrome’s night mode.
The search giant is updating WebUIs to deliver the full night mode experience, with sliders grayed out, according to the pledge.
Upcoming improvements will allow Chrome to apply a night theme to additional elements, including sliders.
At the moment, the sliders do not show any changes when switching from lighting mode to night mode, in addition to Google is working to update internal pages of Chrome to provide expanded support for night mode.
Reportedly, these changes will be visible in the settings, bookmarks, history page, new tab page, and PDF print screen.
The update is already provided for testing in the Chrome Canary channel.
However, regular users might need to wait a while to see the latest change to their systems.
An updated Night Mode will likely be a part of Chrome 88 next year.
Regardless of input from Google’s engineers, Microsoft is making certain changes at its end to make improvements to Chrome’s night mode specifically for Windows 10 devices.
For example, Redmond has already fixed an issue where the scroll bars on the page weren’t effectively changing the color scheme when switching to night mode.
Google is also expected to provide a search engine update to switch to night mode when a system-wide dark theme is applied.
Also, Chrome may receive some scrolling improvements in the next year – through upcoming updates to Microsoft’s Chromium Project.