May 08, 2024

How To Use Horse Browser’s Dark Reader

Written by Eleanor McKeown

How To Use Horse Browser’s Dark Reader

May 8, 2024 04:58 PM
How to turn on Dark Reader in Horse Browser. Browse in Dark mode to help your focus
Horse Browser is a new web browser, designed for online research. As you browse, every link opens in a new page and is saved on a Trail, a list of nested pages stored in your sidebar. This means you can keep track of research and say goodbye to the messy tabs you’re used to in Google Chrome.
In this blog post, we’ll be sharing how to use Horse Browser’s in-built Dark Reader.

About Horse Browser’s Dark Reader

Because of its unique Trails feature, Horse Browser is great for online research and concentrating on deep-focus work. With all that productive screen time, however, your eyes can start to feel the strain. Fortunately, Horse Browser comes with an in-built Dark Reader.
This means that you don’t need a separate, insecure extension. And you can deep-dive internet rabbit holes, while taking good care of your eyes.
So, let’s learn how to use Horse Browser’s in-built Dark Reader.

➤ How to Enable Dark Reader in Horse Browser

Enabling Dark Reader is easy:
  • Visit Menu > View > Enable Dark Reader

➤ How To Match The Dark Reader to Your System Theme

There is a further option to match Dark Reader to your system theme. This means that Horse Browser will switch to Dark Mode, only when your operating system does.
So if your operating system switches to Dark Mode in the evening, Horse Browser will too! Pretty neat!
Go to Menu > View > Match Dark Reader to system theme

➤ How to Disable Dark Reader in Horse Browser

You can disable Dark Reader anytime, by visiting:
  • Menu > View > Disable Dark Reader

➤ Adjusting Dark Reader in Settings

You can also find all these options in the Settings Menu.
Mouse users:
  • Go to Horse > Settings
Keyboard users:
  • + , on Mac
  • Ctrl + , on Windows / Linux

➤ In conclusion

In this post, you learnt how to use Horse Browser’s in-built Dark Reader and how to match Dark Reader to your system’s theme. By using Dark Reader, you can keep productive for longer and look after your eyes.
To learn more about Horse Browser, visit here. Or read more how-to guides in our Manual blog series.
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