How to Calibrate Screen Color, Contrast, Gamma and Brightness in Windows 10
You’re not satisfied with the performance of your display? Well solution for that could be adjusting of screen’s brightness, gamma, contrast or color. In Windows 10, you have a special feature which will allows you to calibrate your display color and adjust the screen by your desire.
Windows’ built-in Display Color Calibration tool will help you to improve the performance of your display with various adjustments. To open this feature, go to Search, type display color, and open Display Color Calibration, and your process of calibrating display color, brightness and gamma can begin.
First, you’ll be prompted to set gamma of your screen. The feature will give you examples of low gamma, good gamma and high gamma and you’ll be able to adjust it by your desire.
After you adjust gamma, the wizard will lead you to brightness and contrast adjusting options, but you can skip this part, by pressing Skip contrast and brightness adjustments. On the other hand, if you want to adjust contrast and brightness, click Next, and the procedure will be the same as with gamma. You’ll get the examples of too dark, good brightness and too bright, and you’ll be able to adjust it by your wish.
Next station on our way to better screen performance is contrast adjustment. You’ll get examples of not enough contrast, good contrast and too much contrast, and you can use these examples to adjust the screen contrast as good as possible. And for the end, you’ll be able to adjust color balance and find the perfect shade for your eye.
Calibrating your screen’s color, contrast, gamma and brightness is definitely a good way to improve the overall performance of the screen and draw the best from your monitor. If you know some other ways to enhance display performance, write that down in the comments, our readers would love to read it.
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