You probably already know that the screens from electronics give off a blue light that tricks our brains into thinking it8217s broad daylight. This can interrupt sleep patterns and cause eye strain which is definitely not good for your overall health. This is especially prominent in today8217s work- and school-from-home life where we look at computer screens for eight hours a day. It8217s good to have tools around to help change the color of monitors. There are many programs that will do that. This article will introduce you to one of them on Linux and show you how to configure color temperature in GNOME8230 Read more.
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