Adjust brightness of connected displays in one place, Taskbar notification area, like your system volumes. Now it supports light theme in Windows 10 May 2019 update (1903) Look as beautiful as always. Not all monitors are supporting brightness adjustment via software, Please check with your hardware manufacturers to see if drivers are provided for Windows. Or download a TRIAL to see if they are supported. Consider purchase a copy to support further development, kindly share your feedback and issues in github.
What’s new in this version
Version 1.4.25 +[NEW] Support more monitors with low-level brightness adjustment interfaces. +[FIX] Blurly icon for dark themes in taskbar for low-resolution monitors. +[FIX] Crash when monitor names are too long. Version 1.3.22 + [FIX] Not working properly (No notificaiton icon) on machines with multiple display adapters + [NEW] Support light theme in May 2019 update + [UPDATE] Tap/click display name to start renaming it + [NEW] Quick restart from notification icon if anything went wrong Version 184.108.40.206 + [NEW] "Turn off displays" shortcut in Context Menu + [NEW] Rename displays + Remove 'hover' effect for brightness control
- Elegant Windows 10 native look and feel
- Mouse wheel to adjust brightness with ease
- Start up with Windows
- Rename displays
- Shortcut to turn off displays