If you have been struggling with finding a solution to adjusting screen brightness on a laptop or desktop that runs on windows 7, 10, etc., then you will find this post very useful. Dimmer makes it easy to change screen brightness without the need to install any display or graphic drivers.
Dimmer Brightness for Windows
Dimmer is a free, simple, and lightweight software that is used for adjusting screen brightness on windows computers. The program is less than 100kb and does not interfere with any of your applications.
If you like working in low light or if the lowest brightness level built-in on Windows still causes eye strain, then Dimmers is the best brightness-adjusting software that you need.
Before you download, note that Dimmer is portable which means that it does not require installation. We have used the term installation for explanation purposes.
How to install Dimmer Brightness Software
To use Dimmer, follow the procedure below
- Download Dimmer from the official developer website.
- Extract the zip files
- Double-click on the Dimmer.exe file
- Dimmer will be installed
How to remove or uninstall Dimmer
To remove Dimmer from your device, follow the guide below;
- Open Dimmer window
- Go to options
- Unselect all options (most important Auto Run)
- Then find where you extracted the files to, most importantly Dimmer.exe, and delete it
That is how simple it is to remove or delete dimmer
NOTE: Always disable all options before deleting the app. Options like “Auto Run”, and “Close button hides to tray” may make it difficult to delete the app if not disabled before deletion.
Tip 1: If dimmer is enabled and you try to take screenshots, you will notice that the screenshots appear dark. The workaround is to disable dimmer, take your screenshot, and then enable it.
Tip 2: If you have deleted or closed Dimmer and still the brightness level is low, then open Task Manager and end the app. If that does not work, restart your computer.
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