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PostPosted: Mon Sep 26, 2016 9:37 pm 
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Just like those irritating televisions that dim the backlight in dark scenes and jack it up in bright ones, I've noticed that the Tablet 2 has some kind of dynamic contrast system as well. I don't mind that it adjusts the brightness based on the ambient light level, but I can't stand when it does it based on what's on the screen. Is there a way to disable this?


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PostPosted: Tue Sep 27, 2016 7:31 am 
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SurrealMustard wrote:
Just like those irritating televisions that dim the backlight in dark scenes and jack it up in bright ones, I've noticed that the Tablet 2 has some kind of dynamic contrast system as well. I don't mind that it adjusts the brightness based on the ambient light level, but I can't stand when it does it based on what's on the screen. Is there a way to disable this?

it is coming from power saving features in intel graphics, try to disable them all.

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hhhd1 wrote:
SurrealMustard wrote:
Just like those irritating televisions that dim the backlight in dark scenes and jack it up in bright ones, I've noticed that the Tablet 2 has some kind of dynamic contrast system as well. I don't mind that it adjusts the brightness based on the ambient light level, but I can't stand when it does it based on what's on the screen. Is there a way to disable this?

it is coming from power saving features in intel graphics, try to disable them all.


I checked. The "Intel" control panel for that PowerVR video system is super-dumbed-down and really limited. I didn't see any kind of setting like that available in there.


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