Mac OS X is known for providing a very intuitive and engaging user interface for the users. It provides the option for the users to opt for either a light display mode or the dark display mode for their Mac system. Users can switch to either of the display views whenever they want. By enabling the dark mode, all your applications, menu, and the toolbar will have a dark mode appearance. Here is how you easily enable the dark mode on the Mac OS X system.
Select the ‘Apple Icon’
Firstly, the user needs to select the ‘Apple Icon’ that is located at the top left corner of your Mac screen as shown below. This will allow you to view the system related settings of your Mac system.
Select ‘System Preferences’
Firstly, you should click the apple icon that is found at the top left corner of your Mac OS X screen. You will find a list of options as shown below. Click the ‘System Preferences’ options to view the system related settings.
In the 'System Preferences' window, you find many system related settings related to the hardware and the software of your Mac OS X system. Select the ‘General’ settings option as shown below.
Select ‘Use Dark Menu Bar and Dock’
To enable the dark mode on your Mac OS X system, the user should enable the checkbox for the option ‘Use Dark Menu Bar and Dock’ option as below. Once this is done you can see the appearance of your Mac OS X system to be in the dark mode.
‘Dark Mode’ Enabled
You can immediately see the appearance of your Mac OS X screen getting changes to the dark mode as shown below. Similar you check out your other applications to know how they respond when the dark mode is enabled in the Mac OS X system.
You can rapidly enable the dark mode in your Mac OS X system by following the above steps.