probably because Intel keeps insisting on default-enabling Dynamic Contrast.
1. it destroys image quality
2. it hurt eyes
3. it shows consistent colours
4. it simply sux
you can try disabling Dynamic Contrast from
"POWER" option on intel HD control panel.
It can be disabled on battery but cannot be disabled while plugged in (bug?)
In intel control panel i only have Graphic Power Plans (balanced,performance,battery life), nothing else..
I have disable power saving technology. But it still not comfortable for my eyes. Is there any other suggestions ?
thats not Dynamic Contrast