How to turn off the backlight on the keyboard
Currently, the keyboard fulfills Not only its functional role, but also stylistic, emphasizing the individuality of each user. One of the most popular ways to highlight the style of a particular device is to provide bright and unusual lighting. Its presence provides not only an individual style, but also has a practical value. It allows you to ensure comfortable use of this gadget even in the dark. However, in some cases, its presence can be annoying, especially in situations where the light does NOT turn off automatically after turning off the computer. We will tell you how you can do it yourself.
Disable key combination
In the event that you need to turn off the backlight on the laptop keyboard, a special key combination will come to the rescue. Usually this combination depends on the specific model and consists in pressing the Fn key one of the function buttons (F1. F12).
Usually, the exact combination is indicated in the technical documentation for each specific model. If there is an opportunity to open special documentation, then the user can try to find the desired combination by selection. To do this, press the Fn button alternately from F1 to F12.
ATTENTION! During this selection, the laptop may go into sleep mode or Reboot.
Using a dedicated app
For many devices, there are special applications that allow you to adjust the brightness and color gamut. They also allow you to set sensitivity and remap keys on your keyboard.
With a dedicated button
Often, especially on premium devices, there are special buttons that are responsible for controlling the backlight. They are usually located on the top or side of the gadget body. These buttons are responsible not only for turning on or off the backlight itself, but also for its brightness or color gamut, as well as the radiation intensity (on some models).
Disable in keyboard settings
In order to turn off the annoying light, there are several main ways.
There are situations when after turning off the PC, the backlight continues. This can cause some inconvenience. This problem is due to the fact that the nominal voltage is supplied to the USB port, even after disconnection, due to which the keyboard remains in working mode. There are several ways to fix this:
- Disable device. To do this, SIMply pull out the USB cable from the connector. This method is not very convenient, as it requires constant connection and disconnection of the gadget.
- Disable via BIOS. To do this, go to the BIOS settings. To do this, you need to press the Del or F2 button while turning on the computer. In the menu that opens, go to the Power Management section and select ErP Disabled.
REFERENCE! In different versions, this item may be called differently.
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