How to enable Ambient Mode (Screen Saver) in Chrome OS?

Vishal Yadav

Ambient Mode is a long-awaited feature on Chrome OS, with rumors going on for months. Thankfully, this feature has come on the beta channel and will now be able to use Ambient mode without going to the buggy Dev or Canary channel. Meanwhile, Ambient mode has been improved with Google Photos Integration which is very exciting. And according to ChromeStory, Ambient Mode has now been converted into a screen saver in the Canary channel. In this article, I am going to tell you how you will be able to use Ambient mode in your chrome OS.

Enable Ambient Mode (Screen Saver) on Chrome OS

1. First of all, you have to move on Beta channel

Open the settings page,  After that About Chrome OS -> Additional Details -> Change Channel -> Beta. Now. You will Back to “About Chrome OS” page and  Update your os.  By the way, I am running Chrome OS Beta Build 85.0.4183.59.

2. after this, open chrome://flags and turn on “Enable Ambient Mode“. You can alternatively copy and paste chrome://flags/#enable-ambient-mode and enable it right away.

3.Now , Restart your Chromebook and then open Chrome Setting again . After this, go to “Personalization” and Open up “Ambient Mode”.

4. Enable the toggle given here and choose “Art Gallery” or “Google Photos” according to your preference. Art Gallery has curated images of arts, culture, Earth, space, and more.

5. Here you can select the album containing Google Photos. .

6. Now lock your Chromebook, here you will see Screen Sever. You can lock your Chromebook by manually pressing Search + L.

Enjoy Personalized Screen Saver on Chrome OS

So in this way you will be able to enable ambient mode on your Chrome OS, so how did you like this article, you must tell us by commenting


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