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Tuesday, February 26, 2019

What’s New in Chrome 73, Arriving March 12

Google Chrome dark mode on macOS

Chrome 73 is set to hit the stable channel on March 12, 2019. Google’s new browser update features the beginnings of a built-in dark mode, tab grouping, media key support, and more picture-in-picture powers.

Before we get into the details here, it’s worth noting that none of this is guaranteed. While these features are expected (and even planned) to be part of Chrome 73, there’s always a chance something gets pulled before it hits the stable channel and may not make its way out of the beta (or even dev) channel until Chrome 74 or beyond.

Dark Mode (on Mac, For Now)

Google Chrome dark mode on Windows 10

Dark mode is the new hotness on pretty much everything now, and Google should be bringing it to Chrome 73. This feature is available on macOS Mojave but will be making its way to Windows as well—perhaps in Chrome 74.

The biggest issue here? It looks an awful lot like Incognito Mode, which is probably not a good thing.

To use dark mode on a Mac, you’ll have to launch Chrome with the --force-dark-mode option, like so:

/Applications/Google\ Chrome.app/Contents/MacOS/Google\ Chrome --force-dark-mode

If you can’t wait to get a dark mode fix, however, you can always install one of Google’s new Chrome themes to add a little darkness to your browser in the meantime.

RELATED: Get Your Dark Mode Fix with Google’s New Chrome Theme(s)

Tab Grouping

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