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f.lux 4.47

Da f.lux Software LLC  (Freeware)
Valutazione dell'utente

f.lux is a really handy tool that allows you to adjust the colour temperature on your display. If you stare at a screen for too long, then the glare from the display begins to hurt your eyes. To start with, turning down your monitor's brightness may help you, but brightness is not the really issue. The colour temperature is what causes the problems.

Most computer screens emit a bluish light, which looks great in daytime, but it becomes uncomfortable to look at when the sun dips below the horizon. Not only can your screen become uncomfortable to look at, it can also affect your sleep patterns*.

F.lux works by calculating the approximate sunset time for your location. At sunset, your computer screen will mimic nature, gradually warming up the colours. This, in turn, blends in better with the surrounding light.

The app is very easy to navigate and configure in a few clicks. the adjustments can be made with sliders across the main window, which alter the daytime and night time calibrations.

If you spend a large amount of time looking at your computer screen, then f.lux is definitely something that you should check out.

*There has been research which suggests reading on a tablet for a couple of hours before you go to sleep can delay your sleep pattern by approximately an hour.

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Titolo: f.lux 4.47
Nome del file: flux-setup.exe
Dimensione del file: 743KB (760,672 byte)
Requisiti: Windows (Tutte le versioni)
Lingue: In più lingue
Licenza: Freeware
Data di inserimento: settembre 19, 2017
Autore: f.lux Software LLC
MD5 Checksum: 356656A6FA1C2573B8F25A6A04961AF2

Time formatting fixes (for international users).
Fixes for location dialog box (sometimes zip codes were broken).
Prompts to unlock color range when f.lux starts.
Fixes for mouse cursor when disabling fullscreen apps.
Improvements to fast transitions and sunset timing.

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