Windows 10’s Creators Update includes Night Light, a “blue light filter” that makes your display use warmer colors at night to help you sleep better and reduce eyestrain. It works just like Night Shift on the iPhone and Mac, Night Mode on Android, Blue Shade on Amazon’s Fire tablets, and the f.lux application that started it all.
Screens emit bright blue light that looks a lot like the sun, throwing off your body’s internal clock at night and preventing the secretion of melatonin, which causes you to become sleepy. Night Light makes your screen use dimmer, warmer colors at night, helping you sleep. That’s the theory that some studies have supported, although more research on the subject would certainly be helpful. Aside from better sleep, many people also report that using the softer colors—especially in darkened rooms—is just easier on their eyes.
You’ll find this option at Settings > System > Display if your Windows 10 PC has been upgraded to the Creators Update. Set the “Night light” feature here to “On” to enable it, or “Off” to disable it.
If you enable this feature during the day, Night Light won’t take effect immediately. Instead, you’ll see that it’s “Off until” whatever time sunset occurs in your current location. At sunset—that’s the time displayed in this window—Windows automatically enables the Night light filter. Windows automatically disables it at sunrise, too.Read More...
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