Linux.com dark mode

If you consider yourself a Linux fanatic, then you already know about Linux.com. There's no way anyone who spends all day long daydreaming in code could not know what this site is all about. Linux.com is where you go to get all the latest Linux news. Why go anywhere else other than straight from the horse's mouth? All the other sites are playing catch up, and that's why you spend a considerable amount of time at Linux.com

Linux.com is owned and operated by the people who bring you Linux

You probably guessed that the same people who bring you the operating system also develop the site. You probably also know there's no better source of everything Linux related. That one site along can fill you in on the world of Linux as nothing else can. Why else do spend your precious time reading the articles? So many of you have either been to Linux.com recently or are planning to go. Those who aren't Linux heads probably don't understand what all the hype is about.

The pesky white background on Linux.com gets on your nerves

Doesn't it? The white background at Linux.com is so annoying. You try to read all the articles there, but it's not possible. You can't even get through one article without your eyes feeling like they're going to pop clean out of your head. What will you do about your painful eyes? Are you going to stop reading the site entirely? If you do that, you'll be out of the loop regarding what's going on in the world of Linux. That's not the way you want to do anything, and now you're starting to see that. If you're going to stay on top of your Linux game, somehow, you've got to find a way to read the content.

Can you enable dark mode on Linux.com?

Can the bright white background disappear? Well, not exactly disappear, but it can change color. You see, something called Night Eye can change the white background into a dark background. Have you ever heard of night mode? If so, that's what Night Eye is all about. Linux.com and other white background sites are switched to dark mode. You won't have any problems reading the site or others that have a white background. All of the content that you've been missing out on will suddenly be much easier to read. Night Eye is a simple, straightforward solution to all of your white screen worries. The white blaring light from your screen will be replaced by an easy to read dark background.

The solution to your tired eyes couldn't be easier

Night Eye is super easy to use. It takes a few seconds to turn a white background into a dark one. The white background is replaced by dark mode, which in turn makes everything so much easier. You'll be able to easily at Linux.com and your other favorite sites with a white background as well. If you're the type, who misses being able to read websites with white backgrounds, give Night Eye a try. The transformation to a dark background will make all the difference in the world when you're trying to read Linux.com.

Preview of Linux.com dark mode

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Install Night Eye dark mode now

No credit card, no names, nothing is required - install Night Eye on your preferred browser and enjoy it completely for free for 3 months. Subsequently, you can stick with the free Lite version or subscribe for $9 per year. You can see for yourself how this dark mode browser extension can help you fight with eye strains.