Having trouble seeing your screen? Or maybe it’s too bright and you need to turn down the brightness? If you own a Windows 10 device, adjusting the brightness is easy. In this blog post, we will show you how to adjust the brightness of your Windows 10 laptop or desktop in just a few steps. Learn How to Turn Up Brightness on Windows 10?
How to Turn Up Brightness on Windows 10?
- Changing the brightness requires only a few clicks. Here’s how to do it: First, locate the notification area at the lower right corner of your screen. This should be next to your clock and date display. Then click on the battery icon and select ‘Adjust Screen Brightness.’ You can also open up your Control Panel and go to ‘Display Settings’ if you prefer that method.
- Once you have done that, a dialog box will appear with several options for adjusting the brightness level of your laptop or desktop monitor. You can use either the slider bar or type in an exact percentage from 0% to 100%. The 0% setting turns off all lights while 100% sets it at maximum brightness level. If you are using a laptop, make sure that you check ‘Enable Adaptive Brightness’ so that your laptop can automatically adjust its brightness depending on ambient light levels in your environment.
- For those who want even more control over their display settings, there is another option called ‘Night Light’ in Settings > System > Display which allows users to reduce blue light emitted by their screens at night time and reduce eye strain while they are working late into the night hours or gaming. This feature is especially useful for gamers who often spend long hours playing games on their computers late at night when traditional lights may be too harsh on their eyes.
There you have it! Adjusting screen brightness on Windows 10 devices is simple and easy. Whether you need more visibility during daytime hours or less glare late at night, this tutorial should help you get started with making changes as needed on your computer monitor or laptop display quickly and easily. With these instructions, even beginners should be able to start tinkering with their display settings right away!