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Microsoft yesterday released a new Windows 10 build 17704 for Insiders in the Fast and Skip Ahead Ring. The latest build has been pushed out with many new features along with improvements and bug fixes. With the Redstone 5 build, Microsoft introduced the much-needed auto brightness feature for Videos. Windows 10 users need not adjust their video brightness settings manually anymore when watching a video outside. The new feature automatically adjusts the video brightness depending on the light. It works on similar lines to the auto brightness feature on Windows 10 Mobile. The feature uses the light sensor in the device to control the light surrounding the device and adjust the video brightness accordingly to improve the image quality and let user view images or objects on the screen even in direct sunlight. Microsoft says: “There’s a new viewing mode for you to try out, designed to improve the visibility of your video when you are in a very bright environment. This feature uses the light sensor on your device to detect your ambient light and automatically adjusts your video accordingly,”. More details are posted on OUR FORUM.