Use color management to assign different color profiles to different display devices, creating a uniform color experience across all of your devices. Usually Windows handles this on its own, but if you need to install and assign a custom color profile, here's how:
In Color Management, go to the All Profiles tab, and select Add...
Navigate to the color profile (.ICC file) you wish to add and select Add. The profile will be added to the list.
To assign a color profile to a device, go to the Devices tab, and select your display device in the Device drop-down.
Select the Use my settings for this device checkbox. This lets you make changes to that device's color profile settings.
Select the Add... button, select the profile you wish to use for that device, and select OK.
If you want to use this profile as the default profile for this device, select it in the list and then select Set as Default Profile.
Here are some other color settings you can manage in Windows 10:
Change your accent color: Select the Start button > Settings > Personalization > Colors. Open Colors settings
Make photos and colors easier to see with a color filter: Select the Start button > Settings > Ease of Access > Color filters. Open Color filters settings