Microsoft plans to update its OneNote app on Windows 10 with a new dark mode option. The software vendor adds many of its popular apps, including Outlook for iOS and Outlook on the Web, to Dark mode. The Italian blog Aggiornamenti Lumia has managed to watch the OneNote Dark mode early on, and Laura Butler, Microsoft vice president of OneNote, has confirmed the Dark mode and a "substantially" improved navigation system is on the way for the OneNote Dark mode. Dark mode. However, if you enable it on a Windows 10 PC, it will be transferred to the mobile versions for iOS or Android. Microsoft also seems to keep the main sheet where you have added notes to white to make it more readable for existing notes.
While Microsoft has confirmed the new OneNote dark mode, the company has not yet announced when to expect this on Windows 10 computers. "It's not even fully available in internal dog food," says Butler's beta trial, so it will take a while.