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Tech Tips for Non-Tech People!

Data Doctors Tech Tips | Ken Colburn & Brandon Disney
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Original Air Date: Jul 16, 2021



Better Screen Hue at Night




If you use your computer at night on a regular basis, staring at the screen can lead to sleep issues.

The unfiltered light, especially if it’s bright, has a blue hue that has been shown to cause this problem.

Just turning down the brightness won’t help as much as changing the hue to a warmer color which can be done for free with a utility known as Flux.

This easy-to-use tool is a one-trick pony that will automatically adjust your screen based on the time of day.

It’s also easy to override when you need to see things in a more natural hue at any time.

It may seem a bit off at first, but once you see the difference at night, you’ll understand why this small change can have a big impact.

Get Flux for either of the major operating systems at:
https://justgetflux.com

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