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    Apple's upcoming macOS Mojave has a new dark mode that is more consistent than the one in Windows, and it is applied everywhere.
    Windows 10 has had a dark mode since the Anniversary Update was released in 2016. In typical Apple fashion, macOS is only just adding such a feature, and the company seems to have nailed it on the first go. The first developer preview of macOS Mojave has a dark mode that's super consistent across inbox apps, using the same shade of dark and being applied basically everywhere.

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    06-13-2018 11:10 AM

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