How To Enable Night Light Feature in Windows 10

Last Updated On : Sunday, April 16, 2017

Microsoft has recently released an update for Windows 10 users with a bunch of new features. The new update was named as Windows 10 Creators Update.

Night Light is one of the notable feature added in Windows 10 creators update, which is similar to Flux and SunsetScreen apps. The Night Light is a Bluelight filter which helps to reduce the eye strain by reducing the amount of blue light your display emits. This will be helpful during the night times.

SCREEN EMIT BLUE LIGHT, WHICH CAN KEEP YOU UP AT NIGHT. NIGHT LIGHT DISPLAYS WARMER COLORS TO HELP YOU SLEEP.

To get this feature, you have to update your Windows 10 device with the latest Creators update. After completing the update, the night light feature will not be enabled by default, Hence you have to enable it if you need. Below is the detailed steps to enable the same.

How To Enable Night Light Feature in Windows 10:

1. Open Settings and then go to System.

2. Now Click on Display.

3. Here you can see the Night Light feature with a toggle switch. Just turn on the feature by toggling the switch.

4. Now Click on the Night light Settings link, just below the toggle switch. Here you can make changes to the default settings of the Night light feature.

You can set the time for Turn ON and OFF, adjust the color temperature according to your need, location settings and more. Make the changes and test the effect immediately by clicking the Turn ON now button and then press Turn OFF now button after the test. All the options will be more of self-explanatory and easy to customize.

You can also access the Night Light feature directly from the Action Center. Here you will have the Night Light icon, if you don’t see it, click on Expand and you will have an option.

Hope you like this tutorial and it helps to reduce your eye strain.