Windows 10 now runs on more than 800 million PCs across the globe. The number is quite massive but still, the popular operating system runs into problems and bugs quite often.
To name a few, it could be the 100% disk usage error that sucks users hard drive, or the ntoskrnl.exe process making your PC gasp for air. No to mention, how Microsoft was roasted for implementing cheap telemetry practices into its OS.
Of course, the list goes on. Ever since Windows 10 arrived as a free upgrade, some users have also experienced the Windows 10 brightness control not working issue on their machines.
Due to the weird bug, users can’t increase or decrease the brightness levels on their Windows 10 PC. So, for instance, the battery is running low and you find the brightness control not working. How bad is that?
Or, you’re struggling while watching that super dark episode of Game of Thrones and your laptop’s brightness isn’t changing.
I have faced it myself, and believe me, it’s more annoying than it sounds. But surely, there is a solution available. That’s why I have written this article to fix the brightness control not working issue.
Now, one big reason why you can’t adjust brightness on Windows 10 is that there might be some problem in the display drivers for the GPU (mostly integrated but can be discrete also).
So, follow the steps mentioned below:
Now your PC will install the selected driver and your Windows 10 brightness control issue will be solved. You can check it by increasing and decreasing the brightness of your PC. So, I hope this might have helped you out if your desktop’s or laptop’s brightness is not changing.
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If you want more stuff related to Windows 10, feel free to read the dedicated Windows 10 Guide.