Apple has already released the macOS Mojave version that supports native dark mode, and now more and more developers are supporting and adopting dark themes.
For example, during the launch of Apple’s press conference, the product manager of the Microsoft Office software department said that it is developing a dark theme for Microsoft Office.
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The version that supports the dark theme next week will be the first to be released to users participating in the test program. The official version is expected to arrive before the end of the year.
Of course, the dark mode is mainly Microsoft Office for Mac. At least for the time being, there is no news that Windows 10 will have a dark theme.
After all, Windows 10 also ushered in the dark theme in previous versions of the update, many of the system’s native applications have already supported the adaptation of the new dark theme.
In addition, new features and new features are provided in advance to Office 365 subscribers, which are then pushed to other branch releases in the form of updates.
But before Microsoft has stated that Office 2019 will no longer provide new features after the release, the dark theme should be considered a new feature, so I don’t know if it will be supported.