Goodbye, blue light
Anyone hoping to save their eyesight late at night can, of course, toggle dark mode on their Chromebook, but did you know there’s another way to save your vision without sacrificing the light mode theme if you’re a fan of it? Yep, it’s called ‘Night light’.
This feature is a halogen screen filter that overlays your display and rids you of ‘blue light’, which has been shown to keep you up at night if you have too much of it before bedtime. Windows users are familiar with ‘Fl.ux’, and similar third party software that does this from way back, but nowadays, such features are built into all major operating systems, including chromeOS!@johnny2pencils