Adjust color, brightness and contrast in Windows 7
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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