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Disable Ambient Light Sensor on Elitebook 840 g7

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Elitebook 840 g7
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I have a question regarding the HP Elitebook 840 g7 with the 14" Anti-Glare for WWAN for HD Webcam + IR Low Power Ambient Light Sensor. Can the Ambient Light Sensor be disable? If so, how?

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Hello @leebeard,

 

Yes, you should be able to disable the Ambient Light Sensor. 

 

You should see an option for it in Settings but here is a full list of all the ways you can disable it: Enable or Disable Adaptive Brightness in Windows 10 | Tutorials (tenforums.com) 

 

Option one should be all you need to do.

 

Kind regards,

Edward


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EddyK
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Hello @leebeard,

 

Yes, you should be able to disable the Ambient Light Sensor. 

 

You should see an option for it in Settings but here is a full list of all the ways you can disable it: Enable or Disable Adaptive Brightness in Windows 10 | Tutorials (tenforums.com) 

 

Option one should be all you need to do.

 

Kind regards,

Edward


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