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Since the laptop uses Windows 7, it was possible to use PowerStrip - an old shareware piece of software that has a gamma correction option. I am sure there are plenty of free alternatives. I set brightness to 70% and contrast to -50%. The interface presented was similar to what I had seen in PhotoShop (curves interface in image adjustments). Below is a ...



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