If it's hard to see what's on the screen, apply a color filter. Color filters change the color palette on the screen and can help you distinguish between things that differ only by color.

To use a color filter:

  1. To go to the Accessibility settings on your computer, press the Windows logo key+U or select Start  > Settings > Accessibility .

    Windows 11 accessibility settings
  2. Select Color filters .

  3. Turn the Color filters switch on.

  4. Select a color filter from the list. Try each filter to see which one suits you best.

    Windows 11 color filter settings

Go to Color filters

To use a color filter:

  1. Select Start  > Settings  > Ease of Access > Color filters.

  2. Switch on the toggle under Turn on color filters.

  3. Then, select a color filter from the menu. Try each filter to see which one suits you best.

Note: To get to color filter settings in previous versions of Windows 10, select Start  > Settings  > Ease of Access > Color & high contrast.

Go to Color filters

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