Windows 10 news recap: Google Chrome to get dark mode support, new Edge browser beta based on Chromium will not be tied to Windows Insider build, and more

Jack Wilkinson

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Welcome back to our Windows 10 news recap, where we go over the top stories of the past week in the world of Microsoft’s flagship operating system.

Google Chrome is getting dark mode support on Windows 10, available now to Canary testers

Google is finally testing dark mode on Windows 10 for its Chrome web browser. The dark mode feature is currently available to testers who are on the Canary channel for Google Chrome.

OneNote Windows 10 app will get a new dark theme and navigation improvements

As dark mode continues to grow in popularity and following in the footsteps of Google Chrome, Microsoft is also working on adding dark modes to its suite of products and services. OneNote is set to receive a new dark theme, as well as other improvements.

Surface Pro 6, Surface Laptop 2 and Surface Studio 2 are now available in 20 new markets

Microsoft has made a range of its Surface products, including the Surface Pro 6, Surface Laptop 2 and Surface Studio 2 available in 20 new markets this week. A detailed list of the new markets has not been provided, but we know that both Spain and France are included.

New Edge Chromium browser beta to be separate download, not tied to Windows Insider build

Microsoft’s new web browser, Microsoft Edge based on Chromium, will be available to download separately to any Windows Insider build, making it easier and quicker to update.

That’s it for this week – we’ll be back next week with more Windows 10 news!