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Reduce Eye Strain On Pc


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Like a lot of you, I like to use my computer a lot for a variety of things but at times, the harsh light from my screen puts a damper on my parade by hurting my poor eyes. I came across a solution called F.Lux which puts a warm tone colour filter over the screen (I am unsure of how) to lessen the eye strain. It determines when to dim to your settings based on your approximate location determined by your given zip code. One important note is that it does not work on full screen games and applications. It is totally free, so you haven't anything to lose!

Linky: https://justgetflux.com/

Your eyes will thank you.

 

Edit: 

Hmm i have it on iphone it works really well there

 

Also available on iPhone/iPad!


Edited by timetofeed, 05 September 2015 - 12:05 AM.

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Hmm i have it on iphone it works really well there


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Nice!! upvoted :D


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Hey guy  

 

Rep me :D 

Thanks 


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I use these glasses which are colored a little bit yellow. Has the same effect as Flux. Used Flux in the past though.


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