Netbeans is an integrated development environment for Java. It can be used to make interactive applications like desktop, mobile, and web applications with ease. The drag and drop feature allows us to create frames without writing any extra code. NetBeans runs on Windows, macOS, Linux, and Solaris. It is free and an open-source IDE which is widely popular.
By default, NetBeans has a white background for the code editor and other spaces, which isn’t pleasant to eyes. So geeks, follow the below steps for changing the theme of Netbeans 12.0 to dark mode below is the picture of Netbeans 12.0 in default mode.
Step 1: Click on tools, located at the top and click on options
Step 2: Click on Appearance
Step 3: Click on the Look and Feel tab as shown below.
Step 4: Click on the scroll bar and click on Dark Nimbus as shown above.
Step 5: Click on apply as highlighted in the below picture and then click ok.
Step 6: Now restart Netbeans and enjoy the dark mode(sample shown below)