Windows 11 is here with some tremendous cool features. Some best-hidden features include four new shortcut keys, new Windows themes to personalize the experience, the night light, the re-designed Emoji picker, and much more.
But, in the limelight of these fantastic features, there’s one feature that fades off with time, and people usually don’t even know about this feature. Yes, we are talking about the color filter feature.
However, this feature is handy, but not many users know how to enable and use the color filter feature. That’s why we are here with a new guide to help you guys do this. So, make sure to be with us till the end.
What is Color Filter on Windows 11?
Apply a color filter if it’s hard to see what’s on the screen. Basically, color filters change the color palette on the computer screen and can help you differentiate between things that differ only by color.
Well, for those who don’t know about this feature, let me tell you that Microsoft brings this feature for those who are disabled and have color blindness disability. In addition, color filters might help some users with visual disabilities.
Color Filters is a feature that might be useful for people with visual disabilities. Some people find it more challenging to read the small print and to read screens or text when the contrast isn’t very high. So, this is the feature that they can use. Now, let’s take a look at the steps you need to use to enable this feature.
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Steps To Enable And Use Color Filter on Windows 11
So, here are some steps that you need to follow to enable and use the Color Filter on your Windows 11 PC. Therefore, make sure to perform them carefully.
- First of all, hit the Start button and click on Settings. Or you can press the Win+I key all together to open the Settings quickly.
- Now, on the next page, click on the Accessibility option.
- After that, select the Color Filters option located on the right-hand side of the screen.
- Then, toggle the button located in front of the Color Filters option to enable it.
- You can also see six shades behind the Color filters like:
- Grayscale Inverted
- Red-green (green weak, deuteranopia)
- Red-green (red weak, protanopia)
- Blue-yellow (tritanopia)
- Now, it totally depends upon the type of color blindness. So, select one and click on the circular button to enable the Color Filters. Once done, it will show you the preview of the effects.
That’s it. Now, you have done everything you need to do to enable and use the Color Filters on your Windows 11 PC. We hope this guide has helped you. Furthermore, if you still find it difficult to enable this feature, let us know in the comment section. Our team will surely help you.