How to increase screen brightness in Windows 7

  jaymymac 10:17 24 Jan 14
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Hi. My Mum has a Samsung NC10 netbook running WinXP. Didn't want to use it after April so I have just done a clean install of Windows 7 Home Premium 32bit. Everything went well, all updates for Windows installed etc. Running smooth and stable except the display is very dim and I can't seem to find any settings to increase screen brightness. The function keys for brightness or anything else no longer work but I guess they were part of Samsungs Windows installation? Any ideas how to increase the brightness of the screen? Thanks in advance.

  Secret-Squirrel 10:30 24 Jan 14

Providing that Windows recognises the netbook as mobile device then this may work:

Go to Control Panel -> "Windows Mobility Center" - you may need to select "Large Icons" in the "View by" options top-right to see it. If it's there then try dragging the "Display Brightness" slider over to the right.

  jaymymac 00:04 25 Jan 14

Thanks for the reply. Will try your tips when I get a chance.

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