If you use your Chromebook at night, your eyes deserve a bit of protection from all that blue light spilling from your screen. Jack Wallen shows you how to schedule the Night Light feature …

Chrome OS filters out the blue light in your display to make it considerably easier on the eyes when viewing the screen in dim light. For anyone that uses a Chromebook with the lights out, this should be considered a must-use feature.

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