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How To Activate Blue Light Filter On Windows 10 (Very Easy)
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How To Activate Blue Light Filter On Windows 10 (Very Easy)

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Hey there, so at the end of this article you will know how to Activate Blue Light Filter On Windows 10.

Windows flagship operating system ‘Windows 10’ has focused on its user’s comfort and wellbeing,

Windows has set up amazing new features on its latest update version.
Windows is undoubtedly one of the best Operating Systems of all time, its sleek display and user-friendly interface makes it so easy to understand and operate.

Most laptop producing companies except Apple and a few others use Windows as their default Operating System, the operating system of a laptop can be changed though if need be.

Just to clear the air for those who may be lost as to what an Operating System is?

An operating system can simply be defined as a software that allows a user to run applications on a device. It manages the communication between the hardware and software components of a system.

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Some persons have difficulty sleeping whilst their computer system is on because they can not stand the illumination from the screen.

Well, Windows thought it wise to take care of this discomfort that is why they came up with a night light feature.

Windows have added a Blue light feature to the list of modified features on their O.S (operating system).

What is Blue light on Windows 10 and what does it do?

Night light or blue light is a feature that provides warm display colors on your computer at night to reduce eye strain. Talking about warm colors, it emits a blue light that can help reduce the risk of damaging your eyes and also causing dizziness.

The blue light filter automatically aids online night workers because, in dark environments, it keeps the colors warm and as such you won’t feel the duration of how long you sit on your PC.

I personally find this feature very useful, that is why we have decided to show you how to Activate Blue Light Filter On Windows 10,

Without further ado, let us proceed.

For those that did not know about this feature, you should really consider trying it out. So, here’s how to Activate Blue Light Filter On Windows 10.

How To Activate Blue Light Filter On Windows 10

  • Click on the Windows button
How to activate night light on windows 10
  • Click on ‘Settings’
  • Click on ‘System’
How to activate night light on windows 10
  • Click on ‘Display’
  • click and activate Night light

Alternatively, you can hold the Windows + I to arrive at display settings, then you can activate and customize night light from there.

You can also use the windows action center as a shortcut to activate night light on windows 10, it is located at the button right of your home screen.

How to activate night light on windows 10

The good part of this windows feature is that it has its own customization tool, meaning that you can change the color to suit your eyes and taste but if you tilt too much the right, it reduces the blue filter effect and may look too dark.

You can also schedule your night light activation time from the default ‘sunset to sunrise’, and manually input the time range, you can set a time for its auto-activation and deactivation.

All these customization settings are accessible under the ‘Night light settings’ just below the activation button under system>>settings>>display>>Night light settings.

Thanks for stopping by, I hope this article on how to Activate Blue Light Filter On Windows 10 was helpful?

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