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Someone was talking about a "blue screen?" or something to cut down on the glare of the computer screen.

Please enlighten me ...

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T-Dub

(06-08-2018, 03:17 PM)Aquarius Wrote: [ -> ]Someone was talking about a "blue screen?" or something to cut down on the glare of the computer screen.

Please enlighten me ...

Heartflowers

If you're using windows - you do not want the blue screen of death!

Chuckle

Seriously though - if you type screen into your windows start bar you should see some stuff come up for screen settings and you can dim the contrast...

Wish I could be more specific, but I've not used windows for years now - hopefully someone else can guide you through the options...

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Road Glide

(06-08-2018, 03:17 PM)Aquarius Wrote: [ -> ]Someone was talking about a "blue screen?" or something to cut down on the glare of the computer screen.

Please enlighten me ...

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Like this?

http://a.co/1tfUJc0
(06-08-2018, 03:23 PM)Munchaab Wrote: [ -> ]
(06-08-2018, 03:17 PM)Aquarius Wrote: [ -> ]Someone was talking about a "blue screen?" or something to cut down on the glare of the computer screen.

Please enlighten me ...

Heartflowers

If you're using windows - you do not want the blue screen of death!

Chuckle

Seriously though - if you type screen into your windows start bar you should see some stuff come up for screen settings and you can dim the contrast...

Wish I could be more specific, but I've not used windows for years now - hopefully someone else can guide you through the options...

Heartflowers  Heartflowers  Heartflowers

So far this is the best answer, although I spent some time trying to do this but with no luck so far. :(
I shall keep trying.
Or throw out my computer and go walk in the woods. Chuckle

Apparently (from the questions and answers that came up while doing a Search), there are a lot of folks complaining about the brightness of their screens!
Agenda? CT? LOL.
(06-08-2018, 03:50 PM)Aquarius Wrote: [ -> ]
(06-08-2018, 03:23 PM)Munchaab Wrote: [ -> ]
(06-08-2018, 03:17 PM)Aquarius Wrote: [ -> ]Someone was talking about a "blue screen?" or something to cut down on the glare of the computer screen.

Please enlighten me ...

Heartflowers

If you're using windows - you do not want the blue screen of death!

Chuckle

Seriously though - if you type screen into your windows start bar you should see some stuff come up for screen settings and you can dim the contrast...

Wish I could be more specific, but I've not used windows for years now - hopefully someone else can guide you through the options...

Heartflowers  Heartflowers  Heartflowers

So far this is the best answer, although I spent some time trying to do this but with no luck so far.  :(
I shall keep trying.
Or throw out my computer and go walk in the woods.   Chuckle

Apparently (from the questions and answers that came up while doing a Search), there are a lot of folks complaining about the brightness of their screens!  
Agenda?  CT?  LOL.

"Brightness" - yes - type that and see if you get options to reduce it...

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(06-08-2018, 03:50 PM)Aquarius Wrote: [ -> ]
(06-08-2018, 03:23 PM)Munchaab Wrote: [ -> ]
(06-08-2018, 03:17 PM)Aquarius Wrote: [ -> ]Someone was talking about a "blue screen?" or something to cut down on the glare of the computer screen.

Please enlighten me ...

Heartflowers

If you're using windows - you do not want the blue screen of death!

Chuckle

Seriously though - if you type screen into your windows start bar you should see some stuff come up for screen settings and you can dim the contrast...

Wish I could be more specific, but I've not used windows for years now - hopefully someone else can guide you through the options...

Heartflowers  Heartflowers  Heartflowers

So far this is the best answer, although I spent some time trying to do this but with no luck so far.  :(
I shall keep trying.
Or throw out my computer and go walk in the woods.   Chuckle

Apparently (from the questions and answers that came up while doing a Search), there are a lot of folks complaining about the brightness of their screens!  
Agenda?  CT?  LOL.

This is what windows says is the answer - seems convoluted though...

Quote:Click Cortana search at the taskbar.

Type Calibrate display color in the Cortana search box, and click on same.

Click Next on Display Color Calibration window.

Click Next on Set basic color settings appears on the screen window.

Similarly, you get another window How to adjust gamma and click Next button to continue.

Adjust gamma window prompts. Set the gamma color settings by sliding up or down (as you prefer) the gamma sliders. When you drag the slider upward brightness of your desktop enhances and when pull it downward brightness decreases. This is the center step to adjust brightness so perform carefully. Press Next button.

Then you will see the Find the brightness and contrast controls for your display. Tap on Skip brightness and contrast adjustment if you want to avoid the adjustment of brightness and contrast.

Press on Next button until you get the window called How to adjust color balance.

In the window “How to adjust color balance”, hit the Next button to go further window.

Here, you will notice another window Adjust color balance. In this window, you have the option to adjust the primary colors like red, blue and green by sliding these (right or left) with mouse according to your need. After you optimize the colors press the Next button.

Finally, click Finish button to save the current color calibration settings on your Windows 10 desktop.
(06-08-2018, 03:52 PM)Munchaab Wrote: [ -> ]
(06-08-2018, 03:50 PM)Aquarius Wrote: [ -> ]
(06-08-2018, 03:23 PM)Munchaab Wrote: [ -> ]If you're using windows - you do not want the blue screen of death!

Chuckle

Seriously though - if you type screen into your windows start bar you should see some stuff come up for screen settings and you can dim the contrast...

Wish I could be more specific, but I've not used windows for years now - hopefully someone else can guide you through the options...

Heartflowers  Heartflowers  Heartflowers

So far this is the best answer, although I spent some time trying to do this but with no luck so far.  :(
I shall keep trying.
Or throw out my computer and go walk in the woods.   Chuckle

Apparently (from the questions and answers that came up while doing a Search), there are a lot of folks complaining about the brightness of their screens!  
Agenda?  CT?  LOL.

"Brightness" - yes - type that and see if you get options to reduce it...

Heartflowers  Heartflowers  Heartflowers

Yes, I did that already.
I remember how easy it was to change brightness (and other features) with my older computers.
Seems tptb don't offer that anymore.
(06-08-2018, 03:57 PM)Aquarius Wrote: [ -> ]
(06-08-2018, 03:52 PM)Munchaab Wrote: [ -> ]
(06-08-2018, 03:50 PM)Aquarius Wrote: [ -> ]So far this is the best answer, although I spent some time trying to do this but with no luck so far.  :(
I shall keep trying.
Or throw out my computer and go walk in the woods.   Chuckle

Apparently (from the questions and answers that came up while doing a Search), there are a lot of folks complaining about the brightness of their screens!  
Agenda?  CT?  LOL.

"Brightness" - yes - type that and see if you get options to reduce it...

Heartflowers  Heartflowers  Heartflowers

Yes, I did that already.  
I remember how easy it was to change brightness (and other features) with my older computers.
Seems tptb don't offer that anymore.

I'm looking into it for you now - seems to be a big problem for many win10 users...

I'll get back if I find something to solve it...

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Ah, try following instructions on this page!

https://pureinfotech.com/increase-reduce...indows-10/
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