The "Night Light" or "Night Mode" feature is getting more and more popular these days, being adopted by numerous OS and software vendors, including Apple's iOS and macOS operating systems, Google's Android Nougat, as well as GNOME's GNOME Shell user interface. And it will soon be available on your Chromebook. If you feel brave enough to use Chrome Canary on your Chromebook, you can quickly turn "Night Light" on and off directly from the Status Menu. You can use the Alt+Shift+S keyboard shortcut to bring it up or you can go into Chrome OS' Settings and adjust the color temperature from there, to the warmer end of the colors.
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