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Can i adjust the brightness of the screen?

Watching dvd's means that sometimes i need to increase the brightness of the image. Is there an adjustment procedure for this?

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Laptops are provided with a combination key that can increase and decrease brightness. Find on your keyboard 2 keys with a bulb and an arrow key. Mostly you'll have something like a sun. Hold down your FN key (near your left ctrl key) and press one of those keys depending on whether you want to increase or decrease brightness. In Dell the keys will the arrows keys themselves

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