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Screen brightness automatically increased. Brightness indicator stuck on the screen. Indicator always showing in the screen. I upgraded from windows 10 to 11. If anybody know how to fix issues, please suggests me. I have attached the screenshot, you can see the brightness indicator.2022-11-05.png

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After update windows, this issue automatically resolved. I upgrade windows to windows 11 22H2 and install all updates recommended by windows update. Then after this issue automatically fixed. So this is OS issue, not setting or driver issue.

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Press the Windows key + I keyboard shortcut to open Settings. Then click on the System category. Select the Display menu on the left. Uncheck the Change brightness automatically when lighting changes option.

 

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Will

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This is the OS issue. After upgrade windows 11 22H2, this issue automatically resolved. Install all the updates recommended by windows update.

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After update windows, this issue automatically resolved. I upgrade windows to windows 11 22H2 and install all updates recommended by windows update. Then after this issue automatically fixed. So this is OS issue, not setting or driver issue.

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