The post provides a detailed guide on how to enable or disable the Night Light feature in Ubuntu Linux, which can help alleviate eye strain and sleeplessness caused by a computer’s blue light emission. The Night Light feature converts the display colors into warmer versions, and its settings and activation can be easily managed through the System Settings panel.
This post describes how to enable or disable Night Light in Ubuntu Linux.
Your computer displays blue light that you typically see during the day, which may keep you up at night. In addition, the blue light your computer monitor emits can contribute to sleeplessness and eye strain after dark.
Ubuntu Linux comes with a feature called Night Light that may help you resolve some of the eye issues you may be experiencing at night in front of your screen.
Night Light changes the colors displayed on your screen into warmer versions that are easier on your eyes.
Below is how to turn on or off Night Light in Ubuntu Linux.
How to enable or disable night light in Ubuntu Linux
As mentioned above, Ubuntu Linux comes with a feature called Night Light that may help you resolve some of the eye issues you may be experiencing at night in front of your screen.
Ubuntu Linux has a centralized location for the majority of its settings. From system configurations to creating new users and updating, all can be done from the System Settings panel.
Alternatively, click on the System menu at the top-right corner of the top bar on your desktop.
On the System menu, select Settings, as highlighted below.
Click on the Displays tile in the Settings app to open the panel.
In the System Settings -> Displays settings panel, click Night Light in the header bar to open the settings.
In the System Settings -> Displays -> Night Light settings panel, toggle the Night Light switch to the On position to enable it.
To disable it, move the Night Light switch to the Off position or disable it from the system menu.
Under Schedule, select Sunset to Sunrise to make the screen color follow the sunset and sunrise times for your location.
Select Manual Schedule to set the Times to a custom schedule.
The top bar shows when Night Light is active. It can be temporarily disabled from the system menu.
That should do it! You can now close the Settings app.
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