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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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
Posted on Jun 26, 2009
SOURCE: Laptop brightness
The physical control is found by holding the 'fn' key in lower left and pressing a function key. Which function key...look across the top row of 'f#' keys for one that has a little sun shape and an up arrow. Press the 'fn' key and this function key to up the brightness.
Software control can be found by going into the Control Panel and selecting Power Management. Here you can define how bright (or dim) your computer is in different states (plugged into power or on battery). You can also define how the computer behaves when left inactive for certain amount of time and how the power button works when pressed while computer is on.
For more info, use your Windows help feature or your Medion user's guide. They should be able to tell you how to control brightness.
Posted on Oct 04, 2009
SOURCE: Increase brightness
I just figured out that you had to press the Fn key and the RIGHT ARROW key to increase the brightness and the LEFT ARROW key to decrease it ( and not the Up and Down arrow keys)
Posted on Mar 04, 2010
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