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Enable or Disable Auto Adjust Video Based on Lighting in Windows 10

Starting in Windows 10 Build 17704, there is a new option designed to improve the visibility of the screen contents when you are watching a video in a very bright environment. When running on a device with a light sensor, Windows 10 will detect your ambient light, and will automatically adjust your video settings.

Change Screen Brightness With Registry Tweak

Having the correct screen brightness is very important. If you are working a lot in front of your computer, an incorrect screen brightness level can cause eye strain and drain the device battery if it's not running on an AC power source. Changing the brightness is also important if you are changing your environment from a room in your office to outdoors on a sunny day.In this article, we will see how to change the screen brightness with a Registry tweak.

How To Change Screen Brightness in Windows 10

Having the correct screen brightness is very important. If you are working a lot in front of your computer, an incorrect screen brightness level can cause eye strain and drain the device battery if it's not running on an AC power source. Changing the brightness is also important if you are changing your environment from a room in your office to outdoors on a sunny day. There are a number of ways to change the screen brightness in Windows 10. Let's review them.

How to enable or disable the adaptive brightness feature in Windows 10

Adaptive Brightness is a very useful feature of Windows 10. When enabled, it adapts the screen brightness taking into consideration the environment's lighting intensity. If your device has an ambient light sensor, it will be utilized by the operating system to change the level of the display brightness. If it's bright in the room where your PC is, the display brightness will be adjusted automatically. Let's see how to enable or disable this feature.

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