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Twinkle Tray lets you easily manage the brightness levels of multiple monitors. Even though Windows is capable of adjusting the backlight on most monitors, it typically doesn't support external monitors. Windows 10 & 11 also lack any ability to manage the brightness of multiple displays. This app inserts a new icon into your system tray, where you can click to have instant access to the brightness levels of all compatible displays.
Twinkle Tray will automatically adjust the look and feel to match your Windows version and preferences. Additional options are available to select the Windows version and theme of your choice.
winget install twinkletray
Chocolatey users can download and install Twinkle Tray from Chocolatey's Community Repository by installing the
choco install twinkle-tray
To upgrade to the latest approved package version, run the following command:
choco upgrade twinkle-tray
Twinkle Tray uses DDC/CI and WMI to communicate with your monitors. Most monitors offer DDC/CI compatibility, but it may be off by default. Make sure you have the appropriate option(s) enabled on your monitor so that it can work with Twinkle Tray. Refer to your monitor's user manual for more information.
If some of your monitors are not being detected, please see this page for troubleshooting steps.
Twinkle Tray (v1.13.0+) supports requesting brightness changes from the command line. Twinkle Tray must already be running. One monitor argument and one brightness argument are required. Multiple arguments will override each other.
"%LocalAppData%\Programs\twinkle-tray\Twinkle Tray.exe" --MonitorNum=1 --Offset=-30 will adjust monitor number 1 by -30 brightness.
--ListList all displays. (available in v1.14.0+)
--MonitorNumSelect monitor by number. Starts at 1. Example:
--MonitorIDSelect monitor by internal ID. Partial or whole matches accepted. Example:
--AllFlag to select all monitors.
--SetSet brightness percentage. Example:
--OffsetAdjust brightness percentage. Example:
--VCPSend a specific DDC/CI VCP code and value instead of brightness. The first part is the VCP code (decimal or hexadecimal), and the second is the value. Example:
--VCP="0xD6:5"(available in v1.14.4+)
--OverlayFlag to show new brightness levels in the overlay Example:
--PanelFlag to show new brightness levels in the panel Example:
This feature is not available on the Windows Store version of Twinkle Tray.
Thanks to several contributors, Twinkle Tray is localized for multiple languages. If you'd like to create or update a localization, see this page for details. Special thanks to Weblate for allowing free use of their service.
If you wish to run a development build of Twinkly Tray:
node-gyp, if not already installed. You may already have these from installing NodeJS.
npm run buildto build an executable or
npm startto run a development build.
Note: For actual development, it's recommended to run
npm run parcel and
npm run dev seperately.
Twinkle Tray was built using frameworks & libraries such as Electron, Node.js, node-ddcci, and win32-displayconfig. Thanks to Weblate for allowing free use of their service, along with the many contributors to the localizations of Twinkle Tray. The app would not be nearly as popular without all of your help. And thank you for the many donations, small and large, over the years.
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