How To Enable/Disable Auto Brightness In Windows 10 PC


Adaptive brightness automatically adjusts the brightness of your PC to fit to the light around you. This kind of feature is very important. Many people now wear glasses before they get on their Pc because the brightness of their pc affects them. Adaptive Brightness will automatically adapt/dim to the level of light around you. This kind of feature is also available in today's smartphones, am sure you know that --Auto brightness--. This feature makes sure that the brightness is not too bright nor too dark. Windows 10 has an adaptive brightness feature that works on laptops with an ambient light sensor built into them. Depending on your power plan, adaptive brightness may or may not be enabled on your system. Here’s how you can enable/disable it.

HOW TO ENABLE AND DISABLE ADAPTIVE BRIGHTNESS ON WINDOWS 10 PC

Open the advanced options for the current power plan. To do so, open the Control Panel desktop app. Go to Hardware and Sound and select Power Options.

Click ‘Change Plan Settings’.

And finally, click ‘Change advanced power settings’.

This is what you need to do get into the Power Options for the currently active power plan. Adaptive display is managed here under the ‘Display’ set of settings. Expand it and look for the ‘Enable adaptive brightness’ option. Enable or disable it here for when your system is on battery power or when it’s plugged in. The choice is yours.

Adaptive display is probably very useful and important for any operating system be it smartphones or PC.

We should probably mention that if you don’t see this setting on your system, it’s likely because your laptop doesn’t have the sensor needed for it. It was first introduced in Windows 8 so if you upgraded a laptop you bought with Windows 7 then there’s chance it never had the sensor to begin with.

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