Article ID: 000058395 Content Type: Product Information & Documentation Last Reviewed: 08/12/2021

How to Adjust Color Settings Using the Intel® Graphics Command Center

Environment

windows1064bit

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Summary

Describes the steps to adjust brightness, contrast, hue, and saturation settings in the Intel® Graphics Command Center.

Description
  • Monitor colors are too bright or too dark
  • Brightness level is not comfortable
  • Contrast is too high or too low
Resolution

Caution: Adjusting color settings changes the color output for everything displayed and should be done only if needed.

Follow the steps below to change your color settings using the Intel® Graphics Command Center:

  1. Open Intel® Graphics Command Center:
    • From the Windows Start Menu, search for Intel Graphics Command Center. Click the Intel Graphics Command Center icon to open the application.
  2. Click Display in the left navigational menu
  3. Select the Color tab.
  4. Ensure you are on a custom profile. The Default color profile is locked; to create a new profile, click the large Custom button.
  5. Adjust the Brightness, Color, Hue, or Saturation settings as desired.

Click Restore to Original Colors to revert any changes.

Note

Monitors also typically provide a button or menu item for adjusting the color balance. See the monitor manual or contact the display manufacturer for more information.

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