Microsoft is among the leading names when it comes to the markets of technology. The company is the name behind some of the biggest updates and upgrades in the markets of technology, and has brought forward several changes as we know them to be. Microsoft has constantly been working forward towards introducing some of the biggest changes in the way we know things to be. With the Windows 10 OS, Microsoft has actually innovated the markets in a big fashion. The company has brought forward perhaps the biggest changes in the Windows OS ever.
In a new update, it is expected that the company would soon be introducing a much needed change. A visual mode appeasing to the eyes has been the flavor of the month. Everyone from Apple’s iPhone devices to the Nexus smartphone users have been getting it. As usual, Microsoft has been trailing in the race, and the company is now planning to release a bluelight filter tool for the users of the Windows 10 OS.
The arrival of this feature was speculated when it was noted that the new update for the preview build of the Windows 10 OS features the reference to a ‘bluelightreduction’ setting. It appears that it would come as a toggle switch, and would be located in the action center. These reports come via The Verge. It is expected that the feature would be a part of the Redstone 2 update.
While there have been a number of alternatives on Windows which do this, such as f.lux, it has never actually been featured as a native function. The company might also release a similar feature for their Windows 10 Mobile OS based smartphones. As of now no official announcement comes from Microsoft regarding this release, however, expect things to get clearer over the months to follow.