Guide | How To Windows 10 Tip: Lower the Blue light emitted from your PC with Night Light

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By reducing the blue light emitted by your screen, the Night light feature helps you sleep better. With Night light, when you’re working late, your brain is better ready to power down for a good night’s sleep. Smartphone users love this feature and now, it’s coming to Windows 10 with the Creators Update.

Here’s how to get started with Night light:


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Go to Settings (or Windows key + I), click on System, and, under Display, click to turn Night light on or off. You can also customize the color temperature or schedule by clicking “Night light settings.”

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mlnevese

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I really don't like the way colors look with night mode on. Turned it on on my computer for testing; It didn't last 5 minutes...
 

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I had it turned on yesterday and at its default setting. It looks like watching an evening sunset......orange screen....but if it's good for the eyes why not?

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Same here, not sure if I like it at all. :)
When it changes from blue to orange, you'll really feel it awkward and unnatural. But you'll get used to it after some time. The best way to adjust with the orange color is to set the slider to not too orange and not too blue, or adjust accordingly. It's better to have slight orange than having all blue light. :)
 

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When it changes from blue to orange, you'll really feel it awkward and unnatural. But you'll get used to it after some time. The best way to adjust with the orange color is to set the slider to not too orange and not too blue, or adjust accordingly. It's better to have slight orange than having all blue light. :)
Cheers, I will give it another try using your advice. :)
 

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Just wondered cause I just had an update and have seen neither hide nor hair of any Creators Updates... Must be a sheep thing being one of the last as usual:p:p:p
 
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