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Are there any features you wish Windows had?
One thing I saw someone had in another OS was that their file explorer equivalent had tabs. My jaw was floored.

04/23/2019

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more guaranteed rewards
I really like the rewards but why not do more rewards that are guaranteed? Instead of just a few, like maybe add PayPal or Amazon gift cards or maybe guaranteed rewards like a tablet or a laptop for so many points or even do higher WalMart pay gift cards instead of just $5

04/23/2019

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https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/p/blue-light-filter-careueyes/9p8...

CareUEyes can automatically filter the blue light and make the screen look warmer and comfortable to the eyes; CareUEyes control the brightness of the computer screen, when you work in a light or darker environment it can help you

https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_10-other...

The information you have given certainly helped. About your query, the Blue Light, now known as the Night Light feature, is currently available with the Creators Update version 1703 / OS Build 15019. To rectify your concern, we suggest that you check Andre Da Costa's Wiki article: How to Upgrade to Windows 10 Creators Update version 1703 using ISO File from Versions 1507, 1511 and 1607 and ...

https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/scriptcenter/Set-BlueLight...

Set-BlueLight - Configure Windows 10 Blue Light settings This function can configure the Blue light options on a Windows 10 system. Using the settings configured in the registry it is possible to manage these settings using PowerShell.

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4027563

Set your display for night time in Windows 10. Content provided by Microsoft. Your display emits blue light—the kind of light you see during the day—which can keep you up at night. To help you get to sleep, turn on the night light and your display will show warmer colors at night that are easier on your eyes. The night light isn't available ...

https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/insider/forum/insider_wintp...

Reducing blue light is an attempt to improve sleep quality after you've left your PC. Many of us use our Windows PCs late into the night, which tricks our brains into thinking it's still light outside, restricting the production of melatonin after we've left our PC.