My face is getting bleached, how to turn the white off ????

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    jim davis

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    Hi XP people

    is there a way to dump this brite white screen on xp that blinds me on net and when moving files,

    you can get a dark back ground on win 7, its black with I think green or blue letters and kind of creepy, but not a eye sore.

    thanks

    jim
     
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    Can you turn your monitor brightness down?
     
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    Most monitors/laptops have a basic menu built in. Mine (hp) is on and just under the bottom right hand edge. but the buttons are flush and on some monitors are hard to find. Maybe you could search for them in the online manual?When you do find them there will be a brightness control in there. Adjusting this should solve your problem. I always do it as I have sensitive eyes and I know what you mean about going blind with the massive white screen! I also always customise my desktop (via Control Panel) to get the whole colour scheme much more subdued.
     
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    Hi Folks, and thanks for your posts, fire fox has a screen adjuster but is very unstable
    and works well, but on and off.

    j
     
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