Windows 10: Can't find night light mode in display. Solved

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  1. bro67's Avatar
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       01 Aug 2017 #31

    Yes it is clickbait, because people do not read the whole story where it talks about Ultraviolet being harmful, not some color of a lightbulb. Every study in the past has stated the same thing that the article on the Harvard Health link states, which is unfounded.

    I have yet to see any of the examples happen while people work indoors or during the middle of the night. Same as there has been zero connection in causing anyone wanting to eat more, just because they use either warm or cool ranged bulbs.
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  2.    02 Aug 2017 #32

    Bree said: View Post
    Is Harvard University 'click-bait'?

    https://www.health.harvard.edu/stayi...as-a-dark-side
    (my bold)



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    Don't feel bad for falling for click-bait like I did. MS must have fell for it too.
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  3. bro67's Avatar
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       04 Aug 2017 #33

    Winuser it is actually a good topic that needs discussion. My doctor that did my Cataracts went into detail how the lenses that would be put in would affect the way that I could see better than not having them. The only thing I hate is the darn starburst effect that I get when I am driving at night or when walking down the block to the Convenience store and having to try and figure out distance of vehicles.

    The whole nightshift fix, is really making it harder on keeping a screen calibrated, due to you would need a day and night calibration. It did take some time to tweak out my iPhone so that the filter would not be so harsh on the colors when it switches over to night mode. I have yet to use it on my Macbook Air or the desktop in our home office. We always have lights on and they are in the 6500k range, so that the screens are calibrated for that.
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