Tom’s Hardware dark mode

tom's hardware dark mode
Tom's Hardware is a site for computer enthusiasts and hobbyists alike. Almost everyone reading this has some interest in computers and electronics since the only way you can read it is by using an electronic device. Those who find themselves glued to Tom's Hardware are typically people who would rather read about electronics first thing in the morning instead of the news. Tom's Hardware delivers the latest information about computers, right down to which CPU is best for your computing needs.

Tom's Hardware is no spring chicken

Have you been reading Tom's Hardware since day one? If so, you've been reading the site for over 20 years—time sure flies by when you're having fun. Even if you're a newcomer, you probably have been reading the site for at least a few years. It does seem like the older you are; the more difficult the site is to read. You were once able to read the site for what felt like hours on end; now, things have changed. Sure, there are even more exciting sections, but something just isn't what it used to be.

Reading bright white pages can be next to impossible

Some of you may have noticed that it becomes more difficult to read pages with while backgrounds as you age. Even if you're not over the hill, it's still murder on the eyes when you have to spend all day long looking at a white screen. It's even worse if you have to look at a computer screen while you're working every day. Tom's Hardware is a fantastic site, but that white background is enough to drive you crazy. You read about half an article, just to the point where it gets juicy, and your eyes start to give out on you. That's when you give your eyes a break, or you give up reading the article.

Night Eye makes reading Tom's Hardware and other sites easier

Have you heard of Night Eye? If not, you're really going to want to pay close attention. Night Eye turns Tom's Hardware and other sites into dark mode. What's dark mode? Dark mode is where the background of the page goes from white to dark. Now, you can enjoy all of Tom's Hardware content along with a ton of other sites. It doesn't take much work at all to turn a site into dark mode. A few clicks of your mouse is all it takes, and you're ready to go. Your eyes will immediately notice the difference when you switch to Night Eye

Blaring white backgrounds are a thing of the past with Night Eye

You won't have to skip visiting Tom's Hardware and reading your favorite computer articles anymore. Read Tom's Hardware as long as you like to make a list of all the new hardware you want to run out and buy. No site keeps you up to date like Tom's Hardware, and with the help of Night Eye, you won't have to be kept in the dark when something new rolls around. Night Eye helps you keep your thumb on the pulse of computing without the painful irritation of the white screen.

Preview of Tom's Hardware dark mode by Night Eye

tom's hardware dark mode
tom's hardware dark mode
tom's hardware dark mode
tom's hardware dark mode

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.