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Have recently updated to 'Creators Update' without any problems. The one thing above all others in this upgrade was going to be able to switch to 'night light' in the evening so that, supposedly, I would be able to sleep better after spending most of the evening in front of the screen. That would be great if I had the option to switch it on - but I don't. I enter settings and go to System>Display and there is no sign of any Light Night settings. I am using a Samsung All-in-One desktop PC. Being an All-in-One machine the display adaptor will be built in to the mother board and I suspect that that is where my problem lies; maybe my adaptor doesn't support the ability to reduce the amount of blue light emitted? I will attach a screen shot of my display settings. If anyone could confirm (or otherwise) my suspicions I would be glad to hear it.  

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I should really change my user name from 'SuperBob' to 'SuperPrat' ! I have just realised that version 1607 (which I am on') is the Anniversary update not Creators, do it's not surprising that I don't have a 'night light' option. My apologies and you can stop laughing now!

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