Earlier this week, Microsoft released a new build of Windows 10
and seeing as we are now into the Redstone 2 development phase, new features are starting to show up in Insider builds. The newest feature uncovered will reduce the amount of blue light emitted late at night; currently known as ‘Blue light’, this tool appears to be very similar to f.lux.
For those not familiar with f.lux, the software adapts the color of your display to time of the day; most users associate this with the reduction of blue light in the evening hours. There are a few studies out there
that suggests blue light late at night can result in a less-restful sleep and in dark settings, less blue light is easier on the eyes.
This feature is likely coming to Windows 10 with the next release major release and TFWboredom
on Twitter found the first indications of this new tool. He was able to turn on a button in the Action center (although it does not currently function) that will eventually enable the feature...