Twinkle Tray lets you easily manage the brightness levels of multiple monitors. Even though Windows 10 is capable of adjusting the backlight on most monitors, it typically doesn't support external monitors. Windows also lacks any ability to manage the brightness of multiple monitors. 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 monitors. Twinkle Tray uses DDC/CI and WMI to communicate with your monitors. Make sure you have the appropriate option(s) enabled on your monitor so that it can work with Twinkle Tray.
What's new in this version
v1.13.10 This release is primarily to mitigate issues with Windows 11 Insider builds. At the moment, Twinkle Tray is not fully compatible with these builds of Windows 11. I am looking into a proper fix for Windows 11's removal of WMIC. New features & improvements: - Improved error handling related to WMI monitor communication. - Added an option for 1% brightness increments for hotkeys. - Updated localizations for several languages.
- Twinkle Tray lets you easily manage the brightness levels on one or multiple monitors.
- Normalize backlight across different model monitors.
- Seamlessly blends in with Windows 10. Uses your Personalization settings to match your taskbar.
- Starts up with Windows.
- Accessible from the system tray.
- Automatically change monitor brightness depending on the time of day.
- Available in multiple languages. (Japanese, Spanish, Russian, French, Norwegian, German, Italian, Chinese, Vietnamese, Croatian)