Dark themes are always a popular ask no matter the app, and Microsoft has been slowly working toward rolling them out across various apps and services. Now, it looks like the next Microsoft app to pick up a dark theme will be the OneDrive sync client for Windows 10.
As initially spotted by Florian B on Twitter (via OnMSFT), the OneDrive sync client has gone dark on recent Windows Insider builds, adding a bit of dark gray flair to go with OneDrive's signature blue hue.
The dark theme appears to be slowly rolling out as part of version 18.212.1021.0007 of the OneDrive sync app. And, according to OnMSFT, the theme works on the two most recent Windows Insider preview builds. Curiously, though the build is listed as the latest for Insiders on Microsoft's support page, there's no word on the dark theme. Rather, Microsoft only lists bug fixes and improvements as its latest changes.
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