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    Arrow Do you use anti glare filter for your monitor?

    Anyone using anti glare filter on your monitor, just found out there are anti glare glasses which you can wear

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    The anti-glare filters always seem to make the screen dark and hard to see.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Will.Spencer View Post
    The anti-glare filters always seem to make the screen dark and hard to see.
    You can adjust your monitor to make it brighter.

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    I already set all my monitors to maximum brightness.
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    you should really have your monitors optimized to monitor calibration settings.

    Monitor Calibration

    hope that helps.

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    Nope, I do not use a filter, nor do I see a reason to use one.

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    wear antiglare glasses --those are the best

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    Quote Originally Posted by butternyk View Post
    wear antiglare glasses --those are the best
    Nice advice.

    I didn't got a Anti-Glare for my CRT.
    I will have to buy a LCD now.

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    I used to use an anti glare filter when I was using a CRT monitor...but not anymore, as I have long shifted to using an LCD!

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