The list of Windows 10 issues is long, but truth to be told, the majority of users never experience anything severe. There are some niche problems which are individual. Like this strange color-related issue we’re addressing today. Namely, some user reports state that there’s a strange blue tint in on their screens, where the blue hue is more dominant than usual.
Here’s how to fix bluish hue tint on your Windows 10
- Inspect hardware
- Check GPU drivers
- Enable and tweak Night Light
- Adjust colors in the GPU’s Control Panel
1: Inspect hardware
Firstly, let’s make sure that your hardware isn’t inflicting this error. Check whether all cables are connected properly. Also, inspect the monitor settings on the monitor itself. Open the Menu and check the color settings. If available, reset the monitor settings to default values.
Furthermore, we need you to connect your monitor to an alternative PC, if that’s an option. If you’re able to, connect your PC to an alternative monitor, as well. This should eliminate either monitor or PC from the list of culprits.
If your monitor is faulty, we can hardly do anything about it. On the other hand, if the PC is the one causing the problem, we suggest moving further through the list and troubleshoot the associated software.
2: Check GPU drivers
Now, with that out of the table, let’s focus on drivers. A faulty GPU driver is, in most occasions, the one to blame for a variety of display misconduct. When you install Windows 10, the display adapter’s driver is automatically installed. And those generic drivers work most of the time, but they’re hardly the best fit. What you need to do is navigate to the official site where the original GPU manufacturer provided the supporting software for that exact model of GPU.
If there’s any problem with the drivers, this approach should deal with it. Especially if you have an older graphics card which requires legacy drivers. For those, Windows 10 will probably install generic variation which can, eventually, lead to faulty screen optimization. Both in regards to resolution and color hue.
These are the official sites of 3 major manufacturers:
3: Enable and tweak Night Light
The recently-introduced feature called Night Light can have a part in all of this. Namely, this nifty feature allows you to reduce the blue-light presence on the screen, making the display easier on the eyes. It can also prove as a viable workaround for the problem at hand.
You can enable this feature and it’ll automatically reduce the blue tint. However, the screen might look a bit too reddish for one’s taste, so you can tweak it to your liking.
Here’s what you need to do step-by-step:
- Right-click on the Desktop and open Display settings.
- Toggle the Night Light on and click on the Night Light settings.
- Use the slider to reduce the blue light presence until it meets your preference.
You can also schedule the Night Light, so it’ll turn on in the evening. That’s when you’ll need it the most, as the display‘s blue light in the low-light ambient is not exactly easy on the eyes.
4: Adjust colors in the GPU’s Control Panel
An alternative reason for this occurrence might be found in the GPU settings menu. The accompanying GPU software (ATI Catalyst or Intel/Nvidia Control Panel) can be used to tweak the color settings. And, if something is mistakenly changed, the default color base can gravitate towards the bluish hue.
- READ ALSO: SOLVED: Windows 10 red tint on the screen
So, open the GPU desktop settings app and check the colors. If you’re still stuck with the error, try updating your system. Except for that, we depleted our solutions. Feel free to share yours in the comments section below and help the community.
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