All modern Windows laptops and tablets include advanced graphics that allows Windows 11 to adjust the screen brightness and contrast based on the content displayed. This feature is known as Content Adaptive Brightness on Windows 11.
Although this feature can help with battery performance, it can cause distracting brightness changes that decrease the image quality when you need to show content with color accuracy. Then you need to disable content adaptive brightness.
How to Turn On/Off Content Adaptive Brightness Control (CABC) on Windows 11?
Step 1. Open the Settings app by pressing
Step 2. When Windows Settings opens, select the
Step 3. Click the
Step 4. On the Display settings page, under the “Brightness & color” section, click the
Step 5. Uncheck the checkbox beside “Automatically adjust contrast based on the display content to help improve battery.”
Once done, the Content Adaptive Brightness feature is turned off on your Windows 11 PC.
If you wish to re-enable this feature again on your computer, repeat the above steps, and in step 5 above, select the checkbox labeled with “Automatically adjust contrast based on the display content to help improve battery.”