Microsoft today confirmed that it is planning to add new Night Light feature to Windows 10 PC’s with the upcoming Windows 10 Creators Update. The Night Light features basically reduces the amount of blue light that is produced by your display which actually helps you to sleep better.

The Night Light features is already introduced to Windows 10 PCs for Windows Insiders, now Microsoft is planning to introduce the Night Light Feature to Windows 10 Mobile. This was confirmed by Windows Insiders Chief Dona Sarkar that the company is planning to get the Night Light Feature to Windows 10 Mobile but when its the “right time”.

In addition to the Night Light theme feature the company is also planning to bring some improvements for Continuum. Dona Sarkar Stated:

“They’re not in the builds yet.We’re still trying to figure out when is the right time for them to be in the builds.We do know that these features are very important, so we want to unveil them at the right time for the audience… For us, it’s all about the quality. We don’t want to add features when we don’t love the quality of the build yet, so we’d rather focus on building up quality than figuring out when to roll features.”

Currently there is no fixed time line given as to when the company plans to release the Night Light or the Continuum improvements to Windows 10 Mobile. We would probably need to wait for the Official release of Windows 10 Creators Update coming in next 2 months to enjoy the Night Light feature and Continuum improvement. We will however by updating this article as and when we have any information on the official release of the features and improvements.

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