Windows 10 Night Light
Posted By: Ryan Richardson - 9/18/2019 12:00:00 AM

 

In recent #WebTipWednesday blogs, we have covered Windows 10 features that were designed to increase your efficiency. This week we look at a feature that’s designed to put you to sleep.. Excited yet?

 

It’s no secret that the blue light on your phone and computer screens will suppress your melatonin levels. This can disrupt your sleep/wake cycles and make it much harder to fall asleep at night. Windows 10 has developed a feature called “Night Light” for everyone burning the midnight oil. To enable Night Light,

 

  1. Open your start menu
  2. Type and select “Settings”
  3. Choose “Display”
  4. Under Night Light, toggle from off to on.

 

To edit your preferences, select “Night light settings”. Here you can manually enable Night Light, set your color temperature, and schedule your night light hours.