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How to Enable/Disable Dark Theme in Remote Desktop Manager A little while ago, we introduced some new themes forWE THEN INTRODUCED A SECOND Remote Desktop Manager, including the one that seems to be (by far) the most popular: the dark gray theme. After DARK THEME: “BLACK” many people tried it, some told us: “we want something even darker”. Keeping this in mind, we then introduced a SECOND dark theme: “Black”
With two choices of dark theme, it seems that many of you have now gone to the dark side. And you knowwhat? So has the RDM Development Team! Allow me to explain:Welcome to the Dark SideIn the latest version of RDM v2019.2, the Development Team added a cool new feature that automaticallychecks to see whether you have toggled dark mode for Windows or Mac. If so, then RDM automatically loadsin the “black” theme which is the darker version of the dark gray theme
How to Enable/Disable Black (a.k.a Dark Theme)Of course, there may be situations where you want to manually enable/disable black theme in RDM, orchoose any other theme — including the good ol’ trusty RDM legacy theme or brighter dark theme: DarkGray. Well, your wish is our command! Here is what to do:1. Go to File > Options to open the RDM Options Menu
2 2. Click User Interface in the RDM Options Menu
3. In the Theme section, choose your desired theme from the drop-down menu, and then click OK
And that’s all! From that point on, RDM will launch with your desired theme. Please also note we are workingon new themes. If you have any requests or suggestions, please contact our RDM Development Teamdirectly by posting in our forum here
Remote Desktop Manager, including the one that seems to be (by far) the most popular: the dark gray theme. After many people tried it, some told us: “we want something even darker”. …
Desktop applications like File Explorer continue using the normal, light theme. Windows has a built-in dark theme for desktop applications, but it probably isn’t ideal. To enable it, head to Settings > Ease of Access > High Contrast.
Alternatively, you can open the personalization area via the desktop context menu. Select the “ Colors ” menu tab to access the settings for the color display of Windows 10. In the “Colors” section, you will find the option to enable the Windows 10 dark theme.
A little while ago, we introduced some new themes for Remote Desktop Manager, including the one that seems to be (by far) the most popular: the dark gray theme. After many people tried it, some told us: "we want something even darker". Keeping this in mind, we then introduced a SECOND dark theme: "Black".
Enable the Dark Theme in Microsoft Office Microsoft Office also contains a dark theme that isn’t enabled by default and must be manually enabled. To choose the dark theme, open an Office application like Word or Excel and head to File > Options.