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Got a windows 10 update last night everything went OK some changes on my home screen nothing l couldn't handle, then there was a box (pandora box)

l it think it said screen enhancement check it out so l clicked on it, new screen easier on the eyes not straining the eyes black screen with white lettering and other colors a mix, better than a white with dim lettering, 79 years eyes ain't as good as they once were.

This option might be good us old school guys, l thought l would give a heads up as to what's new.

 

l just realized I'm in Firefox it's was one of there setting Dark Mode not something from Windows still easy on the eyes. 

 

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and the page i'm typeing on now

 

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I'm now on Window and here it's the same as it was, so it's only on Firefox, the other day l got an update for Firefox and there was a box clicked on it and it made the change, what did you think of the layout? there is another site and their hole site has that layout.

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@BrianBMopen Firefox menu bar open it:

1. select options

 

2. Under Language and Appearance select "color"

 

3. Select "text"

 

4. Unvisited Links click on the color box do the same for the box on the far right

 

5. Background click on the color box select the color you want do the same for the box on the far right.

 

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I remember having the option to turn your entire computer like that back in the days of windows 95. Only the cool kids did it.

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IT's like the chrome plug in called Dark Reader.  Use it at night.

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RonG, thank you.  I'm comfortable with black print on a white screen, so I'll leave it as is - but it's worth knowing that this option is available.

 

Gents, how many people prefer a dark screen and light lettering?  Just curious.

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2 hours ago, BrianBM said:

RonG, thank you.  I'm comfortable with black print on a white screen, so I'll leave it as is - but it's worth knowing that this option is available.

 

Gents, how many people prefer a dark screen and light lettering?  Just curious.

my phone is on dark mode,I like it much better than white screen with black letters.

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19 hours ago, RonG said:

@BrianBMopen Firefox menu bar open it:

1. select options

 

2. Under Language and Appearance select "color"

 

3. Select "text"

 

4. Unvisited Links click on the color box do the same for the box on the far right

 

5. Background click on the color box select the color you want do the same for the box on the far right.

 

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l was just going to post what you posted, l forgot how l did it found how to do it but you had already made the post :th:

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