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

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Handsome Recluse

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I don't know about that luxometer for ipad pro, but the f.lux Windows app does seem to be pretty similar to Microsoft Night Light. Except that in the beta version of the Windows app, you can do color effects like the luxometer.
Sorry. Can't compare to night light since I only have 1607.
 
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XhenEd

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@XhenEd Maybe your eyes are the problem.
I just might have misunderstood what you meant. I thought you were referring to what some "eye-care software" do, that is, you can change the overall color to something else other than orange or red. :)

I don't know the technicalities of colors, but of course, I know that some colors are combinations of different colors. So, if I understand you right, you meant that different mixing of "strengths" of red, blue, and green produce the intensity of the light emitted. :)
 
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Night light is not working on my PC. I have an Intel 630.
Night Light was added in the Creators Update, please can you check the following of your PC; Version and OS build?
  • Windows Key + R > Type "winver" without quotes > OK
  • Check Version XXXX (OS build XXXXX.XXX)
OR
  • Windows Settings > System > About
  • Check Version and OS build numbers
For reference, see chart - Find Windows 10 Build Number via No Access to Night Light/Blue Light Filter Options - Windows 10 Forums
 

Al-Faqir

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Night Light was added in the Creators Update, please can you check the following of your PC; Version and OS build?
  • Windows Key + R > Type "winver" without quotes > OK
  • Check Version XXXX (OS build XXXXX.XXX)
OR
  • Windows Settings > System > About
  • Check Version and OS build numbers
For reference, see chart - Find Windows 10 Build Number via No Access to Night Light/Blue Light Filter Options - Windows 10 Forums

I am running Windows 10 1803 and I was able to fix the issue by reinstalling the graphics driver. Thank you
 

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