Install Brightness Controller Utility in Ubuntu 16.04 & Higher

Brightness Controller is a simple open-source utility to control brightness, RGB, and color temperature of your displays in Linux. It allows you to change the brightness to a better degree of control, ranging from 1% to 100%! It should be mentioned that it changes the present brightness value set via hardware control of your monitor.… Continue reading Install Brightness Controller Utility in Ubuntu 16.04 & Higher

How to Install Brightness Indicator in Ubuntu 14.10

Last updated on November 17th, 2014 The Fn brightness control doesn’t work on your Ubuntu Laptop? Try indicator-brightness, an applet on panel to set your screen brightness, which also supports keyboard shortcuts. The indicator-brightness is inspired by the original Gnome brightness applet, it allows the Unity users to set screen brightness by using the indicator… Continue reading How to Install Brightness Indicator in Ubuntu 14.10

Add Brightness Control to Elementary OS Panel with an Indicator

If the brightness controls don’t works in your system or you’re not satisfied with the default Fn function key, here’s an app indicator allows to change screen brightness in all the possible brightness values. The applet works in Ubuntu and its derivatives, such as Linux Mint and Elementary OS Luna. It’s useful for me because… Continue reading Add Brightness Control to Elementary OS Panel with an Indicator