Tweak your settings: You don’t have to live with the factory-installed settings if you’re uncomfortable with it. Adjust the brightness, contrast, and font size until you find what’s best for you.
Try computer glasses: Unlike everyday eyewear, computer glasses are designed specifically for looking at computer screens.
Let him know about any problems you have. You may need glasses or contact lenses. Your optometrist decides if you can wear your regular glasses for computer work or if you need a special pair. He might prescribe a single or bifocal lens or tinted lens material to boost contrast and filter out glare.