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Restore Lost Brightness Control app in ASUS Laptops After Updating

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Changing color temperature on an ASUS laptop display?

Is there a way to change the color temperature (typically displayed in Kelvins) on an ASUS ROG laptop. I've got Win 8.1 installed and I did the color calibration using the Windows built-in app but it didn't let me set the temperature. The closest it came was letting me set the Red, Green and Blue values but that's not what I wanted. I also tried Callbrize, a free utility, but it did the same thing. So, is there a way to do it without buying a colorimeter?. I have tried: I already specified in the details.

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