Windows 10 Finally Has a Blue Light Filter and It’s Brilliant
The recently-launched Windows 10 build 15002 comes with a brand-new blue light filter that offers functionality similar to the f.lux app that’s already available cross-platform, not only on desktops, but also on mobile devices.
Simply called “blue light filter,” the new Windows 10 feature is supposed to automatically adjust the amount of blue light generated by your monitor to make the screen friendlier with your eyes during the night.
“Displays emit blue light – the kind of light you see during the day. Windows can show warmer colors to make it easier to sleep at night,” Microsoft says in the description of the feature.
Right now, Windows 10 comes only with the essential settings, and lets you adjust color temperature, but also set up a schedule to have the feature kick in automatically when you want. Additionally, if you k… (read more)
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