Most of the display monitors come with a set of buttons for you to change various settings to adjust the display’s brightness, contrast, or other things to fit your own eyes. But I found they are not always intuitive to use. I can’t even remember what these buttons for on my own monitors, not mention having to help other people from time to time.
It’s oddly enough that we have so many options, settings for almost everything we can think of on our computer but very few of them can do anything to our monitors we are staring at every single day. That’s why I am quite impressed when I came across this little tool called Free Monitor Manager.
It’s a very simple free tool that allows you to easily change your monitor’s brightness, contrast, and colors in Red, Green, and Blue. It also supports multiple monitors configurations. You can adjust the settings for each monitor separately.
You can also set up different settings for different scenarios and save them in different Profiles that can be called up in a few ways. You can switch the profile from the drop-down list in the main window. Or, if you buy a personal license which cost $12, you can easily switch the profiles via assigned hotkeys or by associated with specific applications. ou can save Profiles right in the main window and set up the hotkeys and applications in the
You can save Profiles right in the main window and set up the hotkeys and applications in the Settings dialog window through the Gear icon.
Alternatively, you can enable the setting to cycle through the profiles by left-clicking on Free Monitor Manager’s tray icon. Unfortunately, this feature also needs a license to use it.
Free Monitor Manager works on Windows versions from Vista to Windows 10 with the support to both 32-bit and 64-bit versions. It is completely free and doesn’t contain any adware or spyware components during the installation. It does offer a paid version that cost $12 to unlock the features mentioned above.