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How to Enable Color Filters in Windows 10

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How to Enable Color Filters in Windows 10

How to Enable Color Filters in Windows 10
Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, now supports color filters to help users see elements on the screen more clearly.

Color filters make it easier for users with color blindness to see the difference between colors and help those with light sensitivity to work with applications and consume content. In addition, color filters work at the system level, which means that they will not only work with Windows 10 elements but also with apps, including traditional (Win32) desktop programs and apps from the Windows Store.

In this tutorial, we show you the steps to set it up.

1. Open Settings > Ease of Access > Color & high contrast.

2. Under "Color filters," turn on the Apply color filter toggle switch.

3. Use the drop-down menu to select the color filter you need to use.



Above image is the example of the Invert color filter.

Once you've completed these steps, the filter will apply to your device automatically to help you see elements on the screen more clearly.

At any time, you can use the Windows key + Ctrl + C keys to enable or disable color filters on demand without having to open the Settings app.
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