How to Enable Color Filters in Windows 10 for Color Blind

Enable Color Filters in Windows 10

On Windows 10 Fall Creators Update in October 2017, Microsoft released Color Filters that can adjust the screen color automatically based on the color blind preferences.

Color Filters basically will make everything on the screen contrast enough to help people with deuteranopia, protanopia, and tritanopia. Here how you can enable that feature.

1. Go to Start Menu and click Settings.

Enable Color Filters in Windows 10

2. Now, select the Ease of Access.

Enable Color Filters in Windows 10

3. On the left sidebar, click the Color filters selection.

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4. Now, turn it on and select the filters settings, either Inverted, Grayscale, Grayscale inverted, Deuteranopia, Protanopia, or Tritanopia.

Enable Color Filters in Windows 10

You can also enable a shortcut WINDOWS+CTRL+C to switch between normal mode and Color Filters instantly.

Capturing screenshot while Color Filters is on is probably not a good idea since it would affect the output color of the screenshot. Also, the colors might get interfere if Night Light is activated.

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