There is a new web browser on the internet market. The Microsoft Edge web browser is moving from his EdgeHTML engine to the Chromium engine, that is the browser engine of the Google Chrome web browser. So the most popular Turn Off the Lights for Microsoft Edge will use now the Chrome extension version in that new web browser.
However, the current Microsoft Edge extension use already the same code as in the Google Chrome extension and with a bridge file to communicate to the Microsoft Edge web browser. But Microsoft has this to say to his Windows 10 internet users:
“Ultimately, we want to make the web experience better for many different audiences. People using Microsoft Edge (and potentially other browsers) will experience improved compatibility with all web sites, while getting the best-possible battery life and hardware integration on all kinds of Windows devices.”
Find and select the extension you want to install.
Click Add to Chrome.
Some extensions will let you know if they need certain permissions or data. To enable, click Add extension.
Above all, if you like our work, do not forget to rate the Turn Off the Lights Chrome extension to 5 stars. And make a small donation to support the development of our free and Open Source Browser extension.
When you open a bright website in a dark room such as Google.com, you will see that it brighten up your entire room. And even when the screen is still not on the maximum brightest level. And you can only get this experience with a bright and white background. If you are using a dark website such as the YouTube Music, this doesn’t light up your room entirely. Above all, too much white light in our eyes is not healthy. And that must be changed.
When you visit today our official Turn Off the Lights website. You can get a Dark Mode style of our website. If you use the latest Safari Technology Preview web browser. And if your system appearance color is set to the dark mode option, then you will see that the Turn Off the Lights web page adapts to your system appearance color. The Light mode will be the white background for the web page. And the Dark mode will be a dark black background.
Dark Mode first Design
The internet went from the full desktop website to the mobile first design. This is better know as Responsive web design. That is the approach to render the well on a variety of devices and window or screen sizes. Today, there will be a new industry standard for web developers. And that is to provide two stylesheets for the web visitor. One the light mode and the other the dark mode. It is a comment sense that we take this step for our visitors. And it is what our users want when they install our free Turn Off the Lights Browser extension that is available on all the major web browsers (such as Google Chrome, Firefox, Opera, and Microsoft Edge).
All our User Interface elements support the dark mode. Therefore, you get a better User Experience that matched with your operating system appearance color. For example, when the Dark appearance is enabled. The navigation bar will be darker and that include also the hyperlinks. And with a slightly black background for the web page, with the text font color in white.
Today you can learn more about the exciting features of the Turn Off the Lights Browser extension in the new and interactive welcome guide. In this guide, you will learn the basic to become a product expert as Turn Off the Lights Browser extension user. That with each scroll movement, you can read and experience live the function of that feature. Above all, you can learn all features without the need to install the Turn Off the Lights Browser extension in your web browser.
For each slide, there is a mini and clean web browser visible on the slide. In other words, that with all the basic user interface elements such as an active tab, address bar, web page container box and the browser extension icon in the toolbar. So here you can test this feature and that without enabling the feature first in the Turn Off the Lights browser extension. In addition, you can get a real feeling on how it will look, and how you will experience this feature in a real web browser window.
The Guide is so developed that it looks good on all devices. That on your desktop, tablet, and mobile web browsers. The page fit in the current size of your web browser screen. And all the slides and interactive elements will fit in the center of this available screen size. In conclusion, the Welcome Guide is desktop and mobile user-friendly.
Support for Dark Mode
If you are a macOS user and you are using the latest Safari web browser (Safari Technology Preview). Then you can use the new dark mode in our Welcome Guide. So it matched better with your operation system appearance, and it is more conformable for your eyes.
Try it yourself today! The new interactive Welcome Guide is available for all major web browser. Such as Google Chrome, Firefox, Opera, Safari, Yandex and Microsoft Edge. We hope you like it as we do here at Turn Off the Lights. And don’t forget you can support our open source work with a small donation.