To reduce the eye strain, Windows 11 uses the Night light feature. If you’re still having problems seeing what’s on your screen, you can use Windows 11 built-in color filters. It will help you to distinguish between things that differ only by color. This changes the color palette of objects on the screen, which brings out the contrast and could help you see clearly. These built-in color filters of Windows 11 might help people with vision loss or color vision deficiencies.
How to Adjust Color Filters in Windows 11?
Step 1. Open the Settings app by pressing
Step 2. When Windows Settings appears, select
Step 3. On the right sidebar, click the
Step 4. In Color filters settings, flip the toggle switch to On beside
Step 5. Next, you’ll see six filters. These are the following:-
- Red-green (green weak, deuteranopia)
- Red-green (red weak, protanopia)
- Blue-yellow (tritanopia)
- Grayscale Inverted
Select the color filter that you’d like to use.
Step 6. When you select the filter, it will be applied immediately and automatically. If you want to see the preview of the effects of the filter, scroll up the window to view the “Color filter preview” section. Here, you will see a color wheel, sample photo, and grid of colors.
That’s it. Now color filters are applied. Suppose you want to enable the quick keyboard shortcut to turn on/off color filters, flip the toggle switch beside “Keyboard shortcut for color filters” to “On.”
Now that you have enabled the shortcut for color filters, press
How to Quickly Turn Color Filters On or Off?
Apart from the keyboard shortcut
Step 1. Click the Quick Settings on the taskbar and select the
Step 2. In the Accessibility Quick Settings menu, flip the toggle switch beside “Color filters” to turn it On/Off.