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Easy Ways to Open Display Color Calibration in Windows 10

August 27th, 2019 by Admin

If your monitor is not showing the most accurate colors for your games or photos, calibrating the monitor is necessary. Thankfully, Windows 10 has included a Display Color Calibration tool and you can access it using different ways.

Method 1: Open Display Color Calibration via Search

  1. Click the Search box at the left of the taskbar and enter “display color”. Choose Calibrate display color in the result.

  2. The Windows Color Calibration tool will open. You can follow the wizard to change your display’s gamma, brightness, contrast, and color balance settings.

Method 2: Open Display Color Calibration via Control Panel

  1. Open Control Panel in Large icons view, and click on Color Management.

  2. When the Color Management window opens, select the Advanced tab and you can click on the Calibrate display button to launch the Display Color Calibration utility.

Method 3: Open Display Color Calibration via Right-clicking Desktop

  1. Right-click empty space on your desktop and select Display settings.

  2. Click on the “Advanced display settings” link on the right side of the Settings window.

  3. On the next screen, click on the “Display adapter properties for Display 1” link.

  4. Choose the Color Management tab, then click on the Color Management button.

  5. Select the Advanced tab then click on Calibrate display to launch the utility.

Method 4: Open Display Color Calibration via Run or Command Prompt

  1. Press the Windows key + R to open the Run dialog box, or open up a Command Prompt window. Type dccw and press Enter.

  2. This should be the quickest way to open the Display Color Calibration tool in Windows 10.