Windows 10: EASE EYE STRAIN

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  1. EASE EYE STRAIN


    I'm trying to find a setting to reduce eye strain

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    HeatherBrock, Nov 8, 2018
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  2. eye strain and changing fonts

    I just got a new computer and have windows 10 . My eyes are getting strained and I need a better font. How
     
    Joseph Kepiro, Nov 8, 2018
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  3. HowdyPez Win User
    Eye strain issue solved for anyone?

    Our IT manager at work recently changed out my desktop and it has Windows 10 [was using Windows 7]. I can't use the computer for more than 10 minutes before eye strain and headaches set in. I immediately asked him to hook up the old desktop [besides the
    fact that now is not a good time to re-set all my program menu bars, relearn passwords, etc.]. My vision was instantly better and I was able to finish working.

    I should note that I recently purchased a new laptop and it also has W10. My initial thought was the combination of the monitor [I use a docking station while at home] and the laptop and not W10, but I realized after the work incident that W10 seems to be
    the issue.

    I've tried the brightness settings, using the 'nightlight' feature, the high contrast settings [which are just horrible!] and pretty much every option that google, bing and any other search engine could find. The magnifier isn't really a problem solver
    as I have too many programs and tabs open that I frequently go back and forth between and need to be able to see the entire monitor screen. I do take frequent breaks from the screen [even it's just looking around the room for a couple minutes].

    It seems to me that the text is not as crisp as it was in the past. I notice the crispness is also reduced in Word, Excel and other MS programs [which I use heavily at work].

    Has anyone figured out how to deal with the eye strain? My job is almost entirely computer work [mostly spreadsheets and data management systems], and I don't know what I'll do if I can see the computer. I have bad eyes, but not terrible [and they are
    aging eyes as well]. Most of the posts I found in this community are from 2015 and 2016, nothing new and nothing mentioned in those posts that has helped.

    Thank you in advance!

    Stacie
     
    HowdyPez, Nov 8, 2018
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  4. EASE EYE STRAIN

    Is it safe to use f.lux software in Windows 10 to reduce eye strain at night

    I am using my pc in night when the environment around my pc is darken. now a find a software on internet by HowToGeek named f.lux, i wan't to know that is that software is safe to use on windows 10 or it may affect the performance of windows and/or hardware.

    I found this from the below link

    Reduce Eye Strain and Get Better Sleep by Using f.lux on Your Computer

    The official site of f.lux is

    f.lux
     
    AkshaykumarPatel, Nov 8, 2018
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