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Content Adaptive Brightness Control (CABC) is a technology that is used to help to improve the battery life of laptops by dynamically changing your screen's brightness and contrast. As CABC changes the computer brightness automatically, depending on the content that you are watching, users find it distracting and annoying.


Based on the feedback from the Windows Insiders, Microsoft has decided to provide you an option to disable the Content Adaptive Brightness Control from the Windows 10 Settings app. If you are running Windows 10 Build 21354 or higher, follow these steps to turn it off.



How to disable Content Adaptive Brightness Control (CABC) in Windows 10


Disable Content Adaptive Brightness Control in Windows 10

  1. Open the Windows 10 Settings app (Win + I).
  2. Navigate to the System > Display screen.
  3. Uncheck the "Automatically adjust contrast based on the displayed content to help improve battery" option, present just under the brightness slider.



Disable Content Adaptive Brightness Control in Windows 10


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