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#1 tealover


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Posted 06 October 2015 - 08:39 AM

Here's a handy little tip.


If you suffer from eye strain when looking at your monitor then try Dimmer. This is a handy freeware app for Win 7 and below to vary monitor opacity. It's an executable that you can download to anywhere and then run from the system tray.  I believe that a version for Win 8 and above will be released soon.

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