How to disable and enable Night Light in Windows 10

3 ways to Enable or Disable Night Light in Windows 10 – from Action Center, Settings, and Regedit.

Night Light

Night light is better for eyes and enables you to avoid the damage from blue rays emitted from computer screen in Windows 10.  PC radiates blue light that harms your eyes and to filter these, Windows 10 has an option among display Settings called Night light.

You can enable, disable, and lower Night light, furthermore, decide how much warmer color you allow your screen to emit. A setting there also allows to schedule the functionality on Windows 10.

Methods list

1] From Action Center
2] Using Display Settings
3] via Registry Editor / regedit

 

Disable and Enable Night Light in Windows 10

Here is How to disable and enable Night Light in Windows 10 –

1] From Action Center

  1. Press – Win key + A.
  2. Click on – Expand.
How to Enable Night Light in Windows 10
  1. To enable, click – Night light.
Night light action center
  1. To disable, again click the same under Quick actions.

2] Using Display Settings

  1. Press – Winkey + I.
  2. Click – System.
How to turn on Night Light in Windows 10
  1. Select – Display.
  2. To enable, click the toggle switch under – Night light.
  3. To disable, click the toggle again.
Night light toggle
  1. Next, click the link – Night light settings.
Night light settings
  1. Click the option – Turn on now.
Turn on now option
  1. To increase or decrease the value of the light use the slider under – Strength.
Strength slider
  1. To schedule, click the toggle switch under – Schedule light night.
Schedule night light toggle
  1. Now set the timing using the options – To turn on the Night light the whole night, select – Sunset to sunrise (timing will be given here).
Sunset to sunrise option
  1. To manually set the timing, check the box – Set hours.
  2. Select the turn on and turn off timing separately through the Clock in the table.
table clock

3] disable and enable Night Light in Windows 10 via Registry Editor / regedit

  1. Click the – Start.
  2. Type – regedit.
regedit
  1. Press – Enter.
  2. Select Yes on User account control dialog.
User account control
  1. Copy the below path –

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\CloudStore\Store\DefaultAccount\Cloud

  1. Paste into the address bar of Registry Editor and press Enter.
  2. Right click on the following keys one by one and select Delete.

$$windows.data.bluelightreduction.bluelightreductionstate
$$windows.data.bluelightreduction.settings

disable and enable Night Light in Windows 10
  1. Restart your PC.
  2. This will completely disable Night light in Windows 10; to again enable, add these keys manually to the given string.

   
 
 
About Sunita
Love to play with Windows 10. Suggestion - Going for Registry change or system files edit then remember to take a backup or create a restore point before Starting.
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