Finally Dark Theme Comes to File Explorer for Windows Insiders Preview Build 17666 (RS5)
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Finally Dark Theme Comes to File Explorer for Windows Insiders Preview Build 17666 (RS5)

Are you watching Microsoft Build Conference Day 3 Keynote? If yes!! You may already know but if not well you have some awesomeness waiting for you. Finally Dark Theme Comes to File Explorer for Windows 10.

Yes you heard it Right! But you do require to be a Windows Insider to get the update – Visit here to know how to become Windows Insider.

Now regards to the update not just Dark Theme but various features and improvements come through latest Windows Insiders Preview Build 17666 (RS5). We will mention them out in another Post, here we are discussing the appearance of Dark Theme mode for File Explorer.Β 

As announcedΒ by Head of Windows Insider Program Dona Sarkar on her twitter account –

Β Β As many of you know, we added dark theme support to Windows based on your feedback.Dona Sarkar ' Windows Insider Program Head '

The Setting for the personalization are available under the hood –

Go to Settings > Personalization > Color & there you can switch it according to your preference.

This was the most requested feature from Feedback Hub!! So Finally Dark Theme Comes to File Explorer, So if you though no one is listening you were wrong! Go ahead and share the feature you will love in Windows 10.

Common File Dialog also features Dark Theme along with File Explorer.

Below screenshot is shared from Windows, we will update the article once we are ready with our Working Machine <3

Dark Theme Comes to File Explorer

When you install this build, you will see some unexpected light colors in File Explorer and the Common File Dialog. This is something we’re aware of and are working to address. Dona Sarkar ' Windows Insider Program Head '
Are you a Windows Insider?

or are going to join the Program after this feature? or a Windows Insider joining again πŸ˜‰

You all are welcome! keep showing the support as well as love <3 for Microsoft.

Source – Windows Blog

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