Read TechRepublic with dark mode on
Nowadays people want to dive into the depths of modern technology and stay in touch with all the latest updates in the IT industry. It seems TechRepublic.com is the right place to do so. But what is the best and safest way to get our “daily dose” of IT knowledge? As an IT professional or just as a tech-savvy person, the time spent on sites such as TechRepublic.com can take several hours per day, which may cause severe side effects such as the “digital eye strain” condition, blurred vision, burning eyes or headaches. In fact, nearly two thirds of American adults now experience such symptoms due to prolonged use of electronic devices. (source
Thankfully, there are ways to minimize the harm from our digital lifestyles and that’s when Night Eye comes into use. Enabling this dark mode extension on your browser will reduce the eye fatigue from the blindingly bright user interface of most sites on the web by eliminating the blue light coming from your screen.
It is scientifically proven that negative polarity (dark mode) is way less harmful to human vision in the long run than the ordinary light mode, so you should probably consider it as an option. Feel free to install the Night Eye extension and start exploring the endless depths of IT knowledge on TechRepublic.com with additional eye protection. The installation process will take just a few seconds as no registration information is required. The first three months are totally free! Afterwards the price will be a little over 2 cents per day and also, you would be able to choose our forever free version of the extension. With Night Eye, it is a win-win situation!