No, we don’t process the payments and we don’t store any debit or credit card information on our servers.
We do this because I know how important my own card information is for me and how often I don’t pay because I don’t trust the store enough to process my payment.
Iris payments go through PayPal or 2checkout and we just get a notification after payment to create your activation code and send it to your e-mail.
Your debit/credit card information is secure or at least as secure as PayPal or 2checkout websites are.
We always refund money if something is not working or if you are just not happy with our product.
But please don’t use Iris for 5 years then suddenly decide that you want a refund.
Even in that case, I will probably refund everything you have paid for but will probably also remove your activation codes and block you from purchasing from us in the future.
We are all honest and good people which value your decision to trust us with your money so if something is not working or you are not happy with our product we will always refund all your payments.
I don’t want to tell 30-day or 90-day money back guarantee because it sounds stupid but we care and will return your money if you want at any time.
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.
You can buy Iris Pro from this link:
You can buy Iris mini Pro from this link:
You can use your code to activate Iris 🙂
This is a short activation video, that you can watch, on how to do it:
And this is an article explaining the process that you can also check:
If the logo in your Iris program is green and it doesn’t say Expired/ Expires in at the top-left corner then that means you’ve already activated 🙂
You can use this code to activate Iris mini Pro 🙂
This is a short article on how to do it:
Iris Pro is the full version of Iris that has all the advanced settings and features like more advanced timer settings, brightness, blue light, monitor manager, color schemes, font manager and much more.
You can find it here:
Iris mini is a minimalistic version of Iris, it contains only the most basic features that will protect your eyes. You can get it here:
You can check if you are running two versions of Iris (or another similar program) at the same time? They may conflict with each other and this may be the cause of this problem.
If that’s not the case, you can try enabling the high-level API?
Is there a way for my Iris to turn on automatically at startup?
Iris has an option in the settings that allows it to start on startup
If you want to turn it on:
Advanced settings -> System -> Start Iris on Startup
You can see a step by step here:
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