What is SunsetScreen?
SunsetScreen is a free Windows app (for personal use) which helps take the glare off your your screen in the evening. Scientific research has shown that melatonin - the chemical the brain makes late in the day - is reduced when exposed to blue light. By tempering this blue light, it becomes easier to wind down properly at night, and thus have a more restful sleep.
Whether you're a morning lark or night owl, SunsetScreen allows you to set the time of the sunset and sunrise, so you can have full control over your sleep cycle.
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- Downvoted a comment on SunsetScreenno la he probado aun,pero segùn las opiniones tiene buena pinta
- Upvoted a comment on SunsetScreenThis used to be a great _freeware_ application all the way up to and including version 1.28. The interface and settings actually make sense, as opposed to f.lux. No unnecessary animations, no phoning home for geolocation (instead you are free to set your own time frame - as it should be). Can be easily tuned to your liking - color temperature, color hue, hotkeys... It's the best. However, the developer gave in to the temptation of a business opportunity (and I don't buy that this program is the only source of their income as they imply on the official site). Therefore, later versions introduced the spyware freemium model. If you don't mind using an older version, you can still obtain the freeware SunsetScreen v1.28 using [Web Archive](https://web.archive.org/web/20180705094720/https://www.skytopia.com/software/sunsetscreen/).
- added SunsetScreen as alternative(s) to Gamma Dimmer