How to Use Color Filters in Windows 11

For people with color vision disabilities and vision loss, to make things easy and help them deal with issues while working on a PC, Windows 11 provides built-in color filters. So, if you are looking for a way to use color filters, follow through with the step-by-step instructions and learn how to use color filters in Windows 11.

What are Color Filters in Windows 11

To allow users with protanopia, deuteranopia, etc. Windows 11 includes color filter settings allowing users with vision problems to set color schemes. There are different ways to enable these filters, and in this article, we will explain all of them.

Why use Color Filters?

Even after adjusting the brightness or turning the night light to filter blue light if nothing seems right, you can use color filter feature offered by Windows 11.

How to use color filters in Windows 11?

Changing color filters changes the color palettes on your Windows and makes things more visible to people with visibility problems. Here are the steps that will show how to use color filters in Windows 11.

Method 1 – Settings App

  1. Press Windows + I to open Settings
Settings App


2. Click Accessibility present in the left pane.

Accessibility

3. Click Color Filters.

Color Filters

4. In Color Filters settings, toggle the switch beside Color Filters to On.

5. Next, click the Color Filters bar to expand it. You will now get a list of six filters as given below that are selectable via round radio buttons.

Color Filters settings


Red-green (green weak, deuteranopia)

Red-green (red weak, protanopia)

Blue-yellow (tritanopia)

Grayscale

Grayscale Inverted

Inverted

6. Select the color filter you would like to use. The filter will be automatically applied. Preview the effects by looking at the color wheel, sample photos, and grid of colors at the top of the window in the Color Filter Preview section.

Color Filter Preview section

7. In addition to this, you can enable the quick keyboard shortcut that allows toggling color filters on or off. To enable it to slide the button next to Keyboard shortcut for color filters.

keyboard shortcut

8. Once the color filters is enabled, you can enable or disable it by pressing Windows + Ctrl+ C

Method 2 – Windows Taskbar

The Accessibility settings can be enabled or disabled via Taskbar. To do so, follow these steps:

  1. Press Windows + A to launch the Accessibility menu.
  2. Click the Accessibility option.
Windows Taskbar

3. To enable color filter slide the switch from left to right.

enable color filter

Method 3 – Keyboard Shortcuts

Another easy way to disable or enable color filters is to use shortcut keys. You can enable keyboard shortcuts by following the steps below:

  1. Press Windows + I
  2. Click Accessibility > Color Filters and enable Keyboard shortcut for color filters.
  3. Once the option is enabled, you can use Windows + Ctrl + C shortcut keys.

Wrap Up

Using either of the steps explained above, you can use Color filters in Windows 11 and see things clearly without any problem. Color filters will help distinguish between things that you can differ only by color. Do let us know which option you choose to enable color filters and have better visibility.

Author Bio:

Dinesh Lakhwani

Dinesh Lakhwani, the entrepreneurial brain behind “TechCommuters,” achieved big things in the tech world. He started the company to make smart and user-friendly tech solutions. Thanks to his sharp thinking, focus on quality and the motto of never giving up, TechCommuters became a top player in the industry. His commitment to excellence has propelled the company to a leading position in the industry.

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