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

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  1.    28 Jul 2017 #1

    Can't find night light mode in display.


    Hey guys,

    I just got this HP windows 10 laptop, and I tried to enable the night light function to help filter the blue light to protect my eyes from getting sore. I followed every steps online, "setting-display-night light mode"..but I reached to the "customize your display" instead of "display", and there's no such a thing called "night light"(pic shown as below). I would appreciate if you can help me with this problem, bring me back to the normal display setting to get my favourite night light turned on. Thank you!

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       28 Jul 2017 #2

    gabby said: View Post
    Hey guys,

    I just got this HP windows 10 laptop, and I tried to enable the night light function to help filter the blue light to protect my eyes from getting sore. I followed every steps online, "setting-display-night light mode"..but I reached to the "customize your display" instead of "display", and there's no such a thing called "night light"(pic shown as below). I would appreciate if you can help me with this problem, bring me back to the normal display setting to get my favourite night light turned on. Thank you!

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    It's under Settings>System. Click the Action Center bottom right, and click All Settings. Click System.

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    EDIT: I just noticed that it's a laptop. I don't think the laptop displays can't do night light.
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  3.    28 Jul 2017 #3

    Hi, thanks for answering. I did exactly the same thing, I can't get to night light setting at all, still the customize your display...
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    f14tomcat said: View Post
    It's under Settings>System. Click the Action Center bottom right, and click All Settings. Click System.

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  4.    28 Jul 2017 #4

    Can't find night light mode in display.


    Which hp laptop?
    To decrease screen brightness, Function key + (look for symbol like a sun) may be on [ bracket.

    If it's an omen series.[emoji56]
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       28 Jul 2017 #5

    gabby said: View Post
    Hi, thanks for answering. I did exactly the same thing, I can't get to night light setting at all, still the customize your display...
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    I don't think all lappys can do night light. It's a combo of the GPU and the physical display. Not all are supported.
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       28 Jul 2017 #6

    Frozenoem1 said: View Post
    Which hp laptop?
    To decrease screen brightness, Function key + (look for symbol like a sun) may be on [ bracket.

    If it's an omen series.[emoji56]
    He's looking for Night Light, not brightness. 2 different things. Night Light changes the gamma in the physical display. Not all are supported.
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  7.    28 Jul 2017 #7

    Hey gabby,
    Assuming your laptop can handle the Night Light feature... Just because it's a new HP laptop, it might not be updated to the Creators Update (1703) when the Night Light was introduced, so check your Version (winkey+r > type in winver > click ok)
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  8.    28 Jul 2017 #8

    Hey. Frozenoem1, thanks for telling me, I do know how to adjust brightness, but the night light thing is a little different lol I got this HP lap from Amazon, didn't show me too much info, but all I know is a 17.3 inches, i core5, win10, hp notebook. I guess maybe it doesn't have the function as others have.. Thank you again.
    Frozenoem1 said: View Post
    Which hp laptop?
    To decrease screen brightness, Function key + (look for symbol like a sun) may be on [ bracket.

    If it's an omen series.[emoji56]
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  9.    28 Jul 2017 #9

    Yea, f14tomcat, I think you maybe right, my laptop may just don't do night mode... just so sad.. but thank you!
    f14tomcat said: View Post
    He's looking for Night Light, not brightness. 2 different things. Night Light changes the gamma in the physical display. Not all are supported.
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       28 Jul 2017 #10

    gabby said: View Post
    Hey. Frozenoem1, thanks for telling me, I do know how to adjust brightness, but the night light thing is a little different lol I got this HP lap from Amazon, didn't show me too much info, but all I know is a 17.3 inches, i core5, win10, hp notebook. I guess maybe it doesn't have the function as others have.. Thank you again.
    See Eagle51 post above yours. That is most likely the issue. You need to get it up to 15063 Creators. If you just bought it from Amazon, it's probably still 14393.
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