If you've just upgraded to Apple's OS X Yosemite 10.10 on your Mac, then you might be wondering how to enable that snazzy new Dark Mode that Apple introduced with the new operating system, as shown above. In this quick guide, we'll show you how.

It's pretty simple really. Just go to the  button in your Menu Bar and open up System Preferences:



From here, click on the "General" button to bring up some general appearance settings for your operating system:



Now, under the "Appearance" option, you will see a check box for the option "use dark menu bar and Dock." Enable this option, and OS X Yosemite's dark mode option will be enabled for you system-wide.

You can watch our video walk-through on how to enable dark mode in OS X Yosemite below:



If you're interested in learning more about how to use OS X Yosemite's cool new features, stay tuned! We've also just published a guide on how to capture your iOS 8 device's display in video using QuickTime Player in OS X Yosemite, so check out our guide on how to do that at this link.