Frequently asked questions

What is the difference between Iris mini, Iris and Iris micro?

Iris mini is something like Iris, but portable and with size of 10MB. It’s free, but has pro version with more options and hidden features for 2$ lifetime license. If you are not sure what to use, use Iris mini.

Iris is software for eye protection and it has many options and all the innovations I make. It’s size after installation can be more than 100MB, but this is normal. Use Iris if you are really serious about your health and play with the options. It’s free, but there are many advanced settings which can be purchased for 10$ lifetime license.

Iris micro is for programmers and people who understand the system and basically don’t like Iris. It’s really simple program for blue light reduction and software brightness which can be hacked a lot. It’s also free.

Plenty of things already change the brightness of my screen. Why Iris is different?

Iris changes the color temperature of your display. Natural light is more blue, while most artificial light (including candlelight) is warmer. Incandescent bulbs, which we’re all used to, become more red in tone when you dim them. But newer LEDs and CFLs don’t – this includes the backlight on your monitor. If you’re a photographer, you’ve probably dealt with this, since pictures taken inside at night are always much more brown than photos outside.

Iris also changes your display brightness in innovative way without PWM flickering.

My cursor is blue on Windows. Why?

This happens when your video card displays uses a “Hardware cursor”.
You can fix this by selecting “Use software mouse cursor” in Iris.


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