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Adjust color, brightness and contrast in Windows 7


Posted Date: 21-Jun-2010  Last Updated:   Category: Graphics    
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The colors displayed on your screen may depend on your monitor, your video card, lighting and brightness to your desktop. With Windows 7, a new wizard allows you to set up the brightness, contrast, color and the readability of text displayed on your screen. Here, I explain you how to set the color in windows 7.



To start the calibration screen colors


1st method to adjust color, brightness and contrast


  • To open color calibration of the screen, click Start, click Control Panel.

  • In the Search box, type Calibration screen, then click Calibrate the colors of the screen.

  • If you are prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, provide the password or confirmation.

  • In color calibration of the screen, click Next to continue.


  • 2nd method to adjust color, brightness and contrast


  • Alternatively, click on Start!

  • In the research program, enter the command DCCW and confirm with Enter.

  • Make a click on Next to see the possible applications.

  • Use the buttons on your screen settings to optimize the different functions! (Brightness, contrast and color of the screen to display images on the screen)

  • The second part of the wizard allows you to select among various examples, how to optimize the clarity of reading the writing.

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