Initially, having an on-screen interface to control the brightness of your monitor may sound like a good idea, since Windows hasn't such an application in any of its versions. Unfortunately, this program didn't work at all. I first downloaded and tried to use it on a Windows 10 computer, using the compatibility issues troubleshooter. It didn't work. Then, I used an old Windows XP machine, but again, it didn't work. Finally, I managed to get a Windows 7 machine, hoping that this time I will success. Again, the program failed, although the developer claims that it was designed specifically for Win7 systems. I used again the compatibility issues troubleshooter with no avail. The program crashed every time I tried to use it. Thus, I had much trouble getting the screenshots to illustrate this review.
The program is available in English, Spanish and Portuguese. Thinking that I was doing something wrong, I tried downloading the Spanish version and use it on a machine with Windows 7 in that language. Again, all my attempts to make it work failed.
As I said earlier, the idea of having an onscreen brightness control is good, but for some reason, this program does not live up to its promises.
The only thing that could make this better is if it were time-integrated, changing brightness on a schedule, or ambient-light-integrated, changing brightness depending on backlighting.