Twitter CEO Elon Musk has announced that he will be changing the platform’s color scheme to dark mode only. Currently, users can choose between three different color schemes: default, dim, and lights out. The default scheme is white, the dim scheme is gray, and the lights out scheme is black.
Musk says that he prefers dark mode because it is “better in every way.” He also says that it will be easier on the eyes and can save battery charge on mobile devices.
Other social media platforms, such as Facebook and Instagram, also offer dark mode. This feature is becoming increasingly popular, as it is more comfortable to use in low-light conditions.
Musk’s decision to change Twitter’s color scheme is the latest in a series of changes he has made since taking over the company. In recent weeks, he has also replaced the company’s logo and announced that he plans to make Twitter a more “free speech” platform.
It remains to be seen how users will react to the change to dark mode only. Some may prefer the option to choose between different color schemes, while others may find that dark mode is more comfortable to use. Only time will tell how this change will affect Twitter’s user base.
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