Today’s tutorial I’m going to be showing you how to adjust the colors on your display to be more accurate using Windows inbuilt color management software.
How to Calibrate Monitor Display Color in Windows 10
Step 1 – So to start with go to empty space on your desktop and right click and then go to display settings.
Step 2 – Then select the month of equal to customize I want to customize number-3 year and then scroll down all the way to the bottom of this window.
Step 3 – Then go to advanced display settings and then display it out to properties for whatever display you are adjusting.
Step 4 – go to the color management tab in this small window and then go to color management.
Step 5 -You can check that the display is the correct one that you want to calibrate here and then you can go to the Advanced tab and then click calibrate display this then brings you to this window display color calibration.
Step 6 – then you can click Next.
Step 7 – I would advise you to do this when your monitor has been on for 20 to 30 minutes that it has had a chance to warm up in most cases so the first adjustment is gamma and you were trying to get the effects in the middle window and you’re trying to not have either dark dots or light dots in the middle of the circles that come up when you’re adjusting so you can use this slider to adjust as necessary and then click Next.
Step 8 – Then you want to try and find the brightness and contrast adjustment buttons or menu or whatever it is on your particular monitor and then click Next.
Step 9 – This you are again looking for the middle window and you are trying to get the X just visible and a clear difference between the shirt and the suit and then once you’ve adjusted the brightness for this picture you can click Next.
Step 10 – Then you can adjust the contrast try and get the creases and the buttons on this shirt looking optimal so you can click Next.
Step 11 – Here you are looking for neutral grays like this at the top and you can do this using these sliders for RGB and then you can see your previous calibration and your current calibration. If you don’t like the concur calibration and want to reverse it you can just click cancel. Here at the bottom right but otherwise you can also start to clear type tuner when you finished also enter all that text appears correctly.
Step 12 – You can select which monitor you want to adjust and then this will check that’s all of the text that you see is displayed optimally using clear type which is feature built into Windows and then you can click finish.
Step 13 – You can tell that your calibration settings have been applied by going back to the devices tab here and then you’ll see that here the profile that is associated with this
device will be calibrated SPRO profile and that is based on the calibrations
that you have just done.
There you have it. You have calibrated your monitor using the inbuilt color management features in Windows.