When it comes to printing an image from a Windows PC, color settings make a big difference.Photo editing users change their PC’s color settings to make the print look like the actual colors. Here’s another fact: These settings may not work for your PC display, and it’s pretty easy to notice that there is something wrong with the display. Some of you may even notice a strange shade that is not easy to get rid of. It is possible that you only notice this when you look at some other computer and then ask yourself what is wrong. In this guide, we will show you how to restore default display color settings in Windows 10 .
Restore default display color settings
Set the color management options to their default values .
- Enter Color Managementin the Start Search box and open it when it appears in the list.
- On the color management screen, click the Advanced tab.
- Make sure everything is set to default. You must set the default options for both the Windows color system and the ICC for displaying the WCS gamut.
- You can also reset it for everyone by clicking Change System Default.
- Finally, try calibrating your display as well.
Set the graphics properties to the default .
This is a very simple solution and it seems to have worked for many. Right click on the desktop and select Graphics Properties, where under Most will be the defaults to restore.
Use Nvidia Desktop Color Settings
If your computer has an Nvidia graphics card, you can use the control panel to reset the color settings. Launch Nvidia Control Panel from the system tray, and then switch to Display> Customize Desktop Color Settings. Select your display, then select Nvidia Settings and then change everything accordingly to get the right combination. You can always leave it as default.
Here’s a pro tip! Windows allows you to create multiple users. So if someone else wants to use your computer, you can create an account for that person or give them guest access. This way, no one can change your account settings.