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    Question I have a problem in Win 7 personification in display.



    In the control panel, I go to personification, then Display where I click 'adjust brightness'.After awhile, that setting changes back to the middle.
    How can I assure that setting will remain? Is there a way to set it as default. These old eyes of mine need lots of light, but full brightness doesn't remain where I set it. Can anyone help me?
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    attaflo,

    Is this a laptop? If so, you need to adjust the display settings in the Power Profile under Control Panel -> Power Options.
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    RetiredGeek, correct me if I'm incorrect, however, I remember little slide-knobs within each default power option that can adjust brightness and retain the setting. In each power option, there are two settings: one for battery, one for AC, I set mine brightness "equally."
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    Smile Thank you Retired Geek

    Quote Originally Posted by RetiredGeek View Post
    attaflo,

    Is this a laptop? If so, you need to adjust the display settings in the Power Profile under Control Panel -> Power Options.
    HTH


    Yes this is a laptop. I found the power options, made the adjustments needed and am good to go. Thanks for being there with your response.

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