Download Brightness Slider for Windows 10, You Have To!

Isn't it frustrating when you want to change the brightness of your Windows 10 laptop or desktop's screen to a precise amount but the battery section in the taskbar only lets you change it to 0%, 25%, 50%, 75%, or 100%?

Sure, you can always go to the search bar, type in 'Brightness', click on the 'Change brightness level' top result, and tweak the settings -- but it's still quite cumbersome.

Well, did you know that there's actually a slider than you can download now and install to your Windows 10 computer's taskbar, which allows you to quickly and conveniently adjust the display brightness of your PC or laptop with precision?

Brightness Slider for Windows 10

The app, which weighs only 332 kb, was made by developer blackholeearth on GitHub and you can get it here.


After installing the app, don't forget to right click on the icon in the taskbar and tick on "Run At Startup" so you won't have to enable it every time you restart your desktop or notebook.

If you find blackholeearth's Brightness Slider for Windows 10 app very useful, you might want to donate to him through his Github page. Cheers!

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