EasyMCC: Adjust Display Brightness, Contrast Color Temperature Share
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Just like other OS platforms, Windows contains brightness controls to adjust the glare on your computer screen. The Windows Mobility center (can be accessed by hitting the Win + X hotkey) provides you with quick access to Display Brightness controls. However, sometimes, adjusting the brightness of your monitor isn’t enough. Applications like f.lux (reviewed here) automatically adjust the display temperature according to the time of day, but it doesn’t provide an option to manually tweak color temperature levels. Today, we came across a portable application for Windows called EasyMCC, which allows you to quickly adjust the Luminance, Contrast & Color Temperature of your computer screen. It even lets you tweak the Red Gain, Green Gain and Blue individually to create your own color temperature setting. Read past the jump for details.

The utility provides you with a simple interface, containing sliders for changing the levels of Luminance, Contrast, Color Temp, Red Gain, Green Gain and Blue Gain of the monitor.  The Color Temperature option has a drop down menu with four different color temperature presets named 6500K, 9300K, User 1 and User 2. If you select the User 1 or User 2 option, you can create a custom color temperature by adjusting the levels of Red Gain, Green Gain and Blue Gain.


The Presets button allows you to save presets, you can restore the Luminance/ Contrast, Color or everything back to normal from the Restore button, while the Power Mode button lets you Turn the DPMS (Display Power Management Signaling) On/ Off and Power off your monitor.

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It is a portable application that works on both 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8.

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