How to Adjust Mac’s Display Brightness – MacOS High Sierra and Earlier

Last Updated on Jun 20, 2018

Alternate Ways to Chang/Adjust Mac Display Brightness on OS X (10.13.2) by using intensity function key or by Setup Automatically adjust brightness. Luminous Display spends more Power since battery drain so use full brightness if and only if it requires.

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According to condition, we always adjust our MacBook Pro or MacBook Air or useful Gadgets Display Brightness. Its keep dim during daytime even in dark place we have should need full brightness for the better visibility. But, you didn’t know the real way; to set/ Adjust Mac Display Brightness on MacOS High Sierra (10.13.2) or other. You can change Apple MacBook Air, Pro Brightness, using three methods either remotely, using function key or manually. Learn the recipe for Adjust Mac Display Brightness from bottom given steps.

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Step to Set Brightness using function key

Do any one from given beneath:

If you’ve Portable computer/ MacBook/ Apple Keyboard/ iMac/ iMac Pro – Press the F1 Key to decrease the brightness, and Press the F2 to increases the brightness.     

If you’ve desktop Computer – Press the F14 Key to decrease the brightness, and Press the F15 to increases the brightness.     

Step to Auto Adjust Brightness on MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, and iMac

If your Mac has an ambient light sensor, though follow beneath step

Step 1. Click on Apple Menu

Step 2. Now, System Preferences,

Step 3. Click Displays and then click on DisplayHow to Adjust Mac Display Brightness – OS X Yosemite

Step 4. At last, Select “Automatically adjust brightness.”

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Note: if you don’t appear the “Automatically adjust brightness” checkbox, then don’t worry you can do it manually. This way you can get from the bottom.

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Manually way to adjust brightness in OS X System Preferences 

Step 1. Click on Apple Menu

Step 2. Now, System Preferences,

Step 3. Click Displays and then click on Display

Step 4. Now, Drag the Brightness Slider to adjust your MacBook Air/ MacBook Pro/ iMac Brightness.How to decrease/ increase Brightness on MacBook Air or MacBook Pro

According to we’ve information- you want to change display brightness but in some older Apple devices, in OS X V 10.10 or later, the slider to change brightness may no longer appear in the display pane of Display Preferences.

If, you’ve appeared Contrast slider in Display pane of Display Preferences, its use to change the contrast of Display.

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Even you can get more information regarding display brightness then check document that came with your display.

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