Adjusting your PC’s screen brightness is an important aspect of maintaining good eye health and conserving battery life. Here are some ways to adjust your screen brightness manually and automatically:
Most laptops and desktops have dedicated keys on the keyboard for adjusting screen brightness. Look for the keys with the sun symbol or check your user manual for specific instructions.
Alternatively, you can adjust screen brightness through the Windows settings. Go to Settings > System > Display > Brightness and move the slider to the left or right to adjust brightness.
Windows 10 has a built-in feature called “adaptive brightness” that adjusts the screen brightness based on the ambient lighting conditions. To enable this, go to Settings > System > Display > Change brightness automatically when lighting changes.
Some laptops also have ambient light sensors that adjust the screen brightness automatically. Check your user manual to see if your laptop has this feature and how to enable it.
In addition to these methods, you can also download third-party software that can help you adjust screen brightness, such as f.lux or Redshift. These programs can automatically adjust screen brightness and color temperature based on the time of day and your location to reduce eye strain and improve sleep quality.