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  1. Monitorian is a desktop tool to adjust the brightness of multiple monitors with ease.
  2. To schedule Night Light so it turns on automatically, select Start > Settings > System > Display > Night light > Night light settings.


  3. Free software for eye protection and more! It protects your eyes while you are working on the computer. Eye Saver has three main functions: blue light filter; eliminates the invisible flickering of the display backlight; reminds you to take breaks;.
  4. NightTone makes your screen more comfortable, enjoyable and healthier by shifting the colors of your display to a warmer, eye-friendly palette. It makes you sleep and feel better.
  5. FREE and simple screen shader app. Complete multiple display support, including latest OS X. • Five presets. Easy to change too. • Multiple monitor support, even on latest macOS. • Quickly detects all monitor changes. • Fine control.
  6. Inspired by Redshift, Blueshift adjusts the colour temperature of your monitor according to brightness outside to reduce eye strain and make it easier to fall asleep when going to bed.

    Discontinued

    The last update is from 2017.

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  7. DisplayBuddy lets you control external displays connected to your Mac right from your menu bar! No need to touch your clunky monitor buttons!
  8. Lumen - magic auto brightness based on screen contents. You control Lumen simply by using your brightness keys - it'll automatically learn your preferences.
  9. Lux isn't your ordinary brightness app. It intelligently adjusts the brightness of your display based on the environment you're in.
  10. iBrightness Tray is a little bit of a swiss army knife display tool as adjusting the brightness of your screen is just one of three main functions it has.

    Discontinued

    The program is no longer updated. Last version, 1.0, released in 2013, can be still downloaded from the official website.