Quick solution to fix night light bugs on Windows 10 May 2019 Update

by Milan Stanojevic
Milan Stanojevic
Milan Stanojevic
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fix night light Windows 10 May 2019 Update

Microsoft recently released the long-awaited Windows 10 May 2019 Update (version 1903). However, Windows 10 who were still dealing with October 2018 Update bugs fell into another trap. They started reporting one issue after another.

Some users reported that night light feature is not working in Windows 10 v1903. This issue was earlier reported in previews builds and now it made its way to the final build.

Not working on AMD Ryzen Mobile alongside with Color Calibration. Might be driver issues as some stated that it worked on older builds of AMD Radeon Software. Tested on both Windows Update AMD driver and official AMD driver. I’m on Build 18362.116.

Steps to fix Windows 10 v1903 night light problems

There are some reports that Windows 10 users are experiencing night light problems after upgrading their systems to Windows 10.

When your system is connected to a dock, projector, or an external display the night light stops working. You may also run into this issue when display settings are changed or the screen is rotated.

If you are one of those who are already experiencing the same issue, you can try a temporary fix to resolve the issue. Navigate to Settings >> System >>Display and now use the Night light toggle switch to enable this feature.

Moreover, a Reddit user confirmed that the issue was resolved after a system reboot.

It’s broken on XPS 15 9560 with the latest NVIDIA drivers. Edit: works again after a few updates and a restart.

As a matter of fact, Microsoft already acknowledged the issue and the company says that a permanent fix will be available very soon. The tech giant blocked Windows 10 May 2019 Update on the affected devices.


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