How to Calibrate your Monitor Display Color in Windows 10: Although Windows 10 comes with the best configuration for your PC and it does automatically detect the appropriate display settings but you want to make sure that your monitor display color is correctly calibrated. The best part is that Windows 10 actually allows you to calibrate your display color with a special wizard. This display color calibration wizard tool improves the colors of your photos, videos etc on your display and it ensures that the colors appear accurately on your screen.
Obviously, the display color calibration wizard is buried deep into Windows 10 settings but don’t worry as we would cover everything in this tutorial. So without wasting any time let’s see How to Calibrate your Monitor Display Color in Windows 10 with the help of the below-listed tutorial.
How to Calibrate your Monitor Display Color in Windows 10
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1.Either you can directly open display color calibration wizard using the run shortcut or via Windows 10 Settings. Press Windows Key + R then type dccw and hit Enter to open the Display Color Calibration wizard.
2.Press Windows Key + I to open Settings then click on System.
3.From the left-hand menu select Display then in the right window pane click “Advanced display settings” link at the bottom.
4.Under the Monitor Properties window switch to Color Management tab then click on “Color Management“.
5.Now switch to Advanced tab then click “Calibrate display” under Display Calibration.
6.This will open the Display Color Calibration wizard, just click Next to start the process.
7.If your display supports reset to factory default then do that and then click Next to proceed further.
8.On the next screen review the gamma examples then click Next.
9.In this setup, you need to adjust the gamma settings by moving the slider up or down until the visibility of small dots in the middle of each circle is minimum, and click Next.
10.Now you need to find the brightness and contrast controls of your display and click Next.
Note: If you’re on a laptop then you won’t have brightness and contrast controls of your display, so simply click on the Skip brightness and contrast adjustment button.
11.Review the brightness examples carefully as you would need them in the next step and click Next.
12.Adjust the brightness higher or lower as described in the image and click Next.
13.Similarly, review the contrast examples and click Next.
14.Adjust the contrast using the contrast control on your display and set it high enough as described in the image and click Next.
15.Next, review the examples of color balance carefully and click Next.
16.Now, configure the color balance by adjusting the red, green, and blue sliders to remove any color cast from the gray bars and click Next.
17.Finally, to compare the previous color calibration to the new one simply click the Previous calibration or Current calibration button.
18.If you find the new color calibration good enough then checkmark “Start ClearType Tuner when I click Finish to ensure that text appears correctly box” and click Finish to apply the changes.
19.If you don’t find the new color configuration up to the mark then click Cancel to revert back to previous one.
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That’s it you have successfully learned How to Calibrate your Monitor Display Color in Windows 10 but if you still have any questions regarding this tutorial then feel free to ask them in the comment’s section.