If you want to give your eyes some rest while browsing the web or working very late in the night. This Turn Off the Lights browser extension brings this experience to life.
Turn Off the Lights in Dark Mode web experience
To get the Turn Off the Lights browser extension in your web browser, follow the instructino steps here below:
- Open the official Turn Off the Lights website, and click on the big blue download button
- It automatically opens the correct browser extension for your web browsers. And click again on adding the extension button on the extension gallery
- When the installation is completed, you will see 2 pages.
The welcome page: show you a video tutorial on how to use this browser extension
The welcome guide: show you an interactive guide with the feature you can enable on the Options page
Installation for Google Chrome
Installation for Microsoft Edge
Installation for Firefox
Installation for Safari
Turn Off the Lights browser extension to keep it simple and easy for the users. So default when you click on the lamp button icon your web browser toolbar. It will only dim the web page and hight light video player if available on the current web page. And when you click on the dark layer or back on the gray lamp button, it will remove this dark translucent layer.
If you want the other options such as how to enable Night Mode, enable YouTube AutoHD 4K, enable the Atmosphere Lighting, enable the Mouse Volume Scroll, etc. Those are default disabled in the Options page but can be very easily enabled in the Turn Off the Lights Options page.
the Turn Off the Lights Options page has a sleek new look that you can get in the Light and Darker user interface. So you can choose the best interface you want to see.
Hope that answer one of your questions about the Turn Off the Lights in Dark Mode:
- Activate dark mode for Turn Off the Lights
- How do I make Turn Off the Lights in Dark Mode?
- How to enable dark mode for Turn Off the Lights?
If you find it useful to get your Turn Off the Lights in Dark Mode, then you can share the link on Facebook or share the link on Twitter. So your family, friends, or colleges can know about this handy free tool.
Do you found technical, factual and grammatical errors on the Turn Off the Lights website?
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