Hello. I realy have been suffered from eyestrain from 2012. Different display, laptops, monitors - all of them were terrible for me, my eyes and my blood pressuare. I used to use my old ccfl monitor to not suffer from modern screen
But a few months ago i could find a solution. I tried to use night shift in windows 10/11 but very important - i tried it on the max position
You screen should become RED not yellow. If you make blue light filter intensivity max, you screen will be red(photo is attached). And you should not see any blue color(you will see green instead of blue) like this:
It looks rediculus and strange, but it worked for me. I was absolutely happy, cause my work is about text and calls, and i do not worry about colors on my screen, after ten years suffering a was able to work on my laptop(i use hp probook 440g6)! But...
2 november 2022 I updated my Windows 11 version 21H2 to version 22H2 and my lifehack stop working. I did not want to believe, but after a few days a really understood that symptoms(hedache, eyesstrain e.t.c) came back. I rolled back to previous version(21H2) and eyesstrain has gone away...
I cant explain what the fuck is goin on. Now i gonna to figure out, how can i block any updates on windows(maybe from registry or another way) and i download old ISO windows 10 and 11 versions from torrent(cause official microsoft site offer only last version).
Also, i gonna write to microsoft support to ask, what they did in last updates with render, video or something else that can impact my eyes. I am not sure that propblem accurate with microsoft, maybe one of my laptop drivers were updated while i was updating window. But i think this is chance to figure out and specified my problem
Also i gonna try night shift in linux and maybe on mac.
P.S I know that night shift exist in third party software as flux, iris e.t.c but i did not try it.
I want you to try night shift at old version(21h2 or older) of win10 and 11 and then at the last. Maybe it would be a solution for you if our problem has something in common.