When you try to focus on a specific task, the correct display settings can make a big difference. By dimming or turning off secondary monitors, reducing harsh screen illumination or even eliminating color altogether, you can focus your eyes on the task and reduce eye strain.
With the right tool, Windows can manage these display settings virtually effortlessly. Here are five screen manipulation tools and tricks to help you concentrate:
Automatic dark mode
With the May 2019 update for Windows 10, Microsoft has added a "light" mode to complement its existing dark theme, making the taskbar displayed, Start menu and certain app menus & # 39; s in a light shade of gray. Unfortunately, Microsoft offers no way to automatically switch between light and dark modes, so your monitor vibes can be too soft and too loud during the day & # 39;
If this is bothering you, check out the free Windows 10 Auto Dark Mode app, which can switch between light and dark modes based on the time of day. You can specify the light and dark times yourself or use your location to switch automatically at sunrise and sunset. (For the latter option, you must enable Allow apps to access your location under Windows Settings > Privacy > Location . ) Automatic dark mode even you can set separate desktop backgrounds to complement each mode.
Eliminate blue light & # 39; at night
Windows 10 offers a & # 39; night light & # 39; mode which makes your screen look warmer with less blue light. You can enable this setting and run according to a schedule by going to Windows settings > Display, and then selecting Night light settings .