TechSpot dark mode

For many tech lovers, TechSpot is their number one source of technology news. The site has a plethora of new content that is being updated regularly. Anyone who considers themselves a lover of anything tech can easily find themselves click and enjoying the site for what feels like forever. The remarkable thing about TechSpot is that it goes wherever the world of technology goes. No one knows what tech future is, and that means TechSpot is always going to have an exciting twist behind it.

TechSpot has been around much longer than you think

How long do you think TechSpot has been around? Did you say since all the way back to 1998? It seems that TechSpot has been around for what feels like forever. The reason why TechSpot has been around so long is that it has excellent content. Every month tech-addicted readers visit the site and read its articles. Those people all know what you do, and that is, few sites cover the bases such as TechSpot does. A website doesn't last as long on the internet as TechSpot without it delivering what people want.

TechSpot is excellent, but the site is so hard to read

If you're the type who can't stand looking at white backgrounds, then you know how true these words are. You know how tired your eyes get after looking at the site for a mere matter of moments. Sometimes it's a real struggle to get through only one article. Somehow, you wish it were possible to read several articles at TechSpot. For you, it isn't possible to read more. It's a crying shame what the site does to your eyes since you really want to consume as much content as possible.

The answer is TechSpot with dark mode

Night Eye solves the problem of staring at a powerful white background. The way Night Eye works is ingenious, and it's super simple. Night Eye replaces the white background on TechSpot with a black background. The solution sounds simple, but it's highly effective. The black background will make it so much easier for you to read. Don't be surprised if you find yourself reading several articles back to back while wondering where the time went. It's easy to blow through several articles without even thinking about it. The reason for that is, your eyes aren't tired. If your eyes were tired, then you'd only be able to read a couple of sentences.

Take back your favorite sites with Night Eye

The solution to your sore eyes is Night Eye. Dark mode works, and it's possible to convert TechSpot and your other favorite sites as well. You don't have to avoid the white screen anymore. The solution is super simple, and it only takes a second of your time. That's it. You turn on dark mode and then enjoy. You'll finally be up to date with all your tech news, and you'll have something to talk to your friends about. Take a few minutes and check out Night Eye and see how this stunning little piece of software can do some incredible things.

Preview of TechSpot dark mode by Night Eye

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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.