How to save your eyes from straining using a blue light filter in Windows.

This post i am specially writing for the bloggers and developers who spends a lot of time in front of the computer ,doing writing and other stuffs. People like me who cannot get out of their computer screen and at the end of the day their eyes strain. I personally have been through this before but now i have found a good solution. I searched about blue light filters in the web and at last i have got one that works pretty good and moreover it is free.  The name of the software is F.lux and it is available free in the internet.


Pros (Reasons i Like it)

The software makes the screen soothing and warmer which is perfect for viewing with your eyes. It also has a beautiful interface and automatically minimizes and continues to run in the background. And guess what this is the best part. It automatically senses the time of the day and turn the computer warmer as back lit dims.

Cons (Reasons i don’t like.)

Some users may not like it as it changes the color of the screen, preventing them to do the color sensitive work. But they can deactivate the same though.

So this is a definite hit for the persons who stay in front of their computers for a long time and also the night owls who prefer sleeping late. They can keep away from eye strain and also take care of their eyes and still work for long intervals. But ya, some people will not like it as it changes the color of the screen to make it warmer. So, at the end of the day it’s all up to you.

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