Here’s how to fix inverted colors on Windows 10
Windows 10 is a great operating system, but some users report inverted colors on their screen. This is an unusual problem, and in today’s article, we will show you how to fix it correctly.
1. Replace your graphics card driver
- Press the Windows + X button to open the Win + X menu.
- Select Device Manager from the list.
- Now you need to find your graphics card driver.
- After you find it, right-click and select Uninstall Device from the menu.
- If available, make sure to check the Delete Driver software for this device.
- Now click Uninstall to confirm.
- After you delete the driver, click Scan for Hardware Changes icon to install the default driver
By doing that, you will install the current driver and return to the default.
2. Use the magnifier tool
If you experience problems with reverse colors on your PC, it is possible that the problem is caused by a magnifying device.
This is a default tool that allows you to enlarge certain parts of the screen to see it better.
However, magnifiertool can also reverse your color, and today we will show you how to reverse the color using this tool. This is actually quite simple, and you can do it by following these steps:
- Press the Windows button and + button to open the magnifying tool.
- Now press Ctrl + Alt + I and upside down all colors on the screen.
After doing it, your color must be upside down and everything will start functioning properly again.
3. Change the Ease of Access Settings
- Open the settings application. You can do it quickly by using Windows Key + I shortcuts.
- Navigate to the ease of access section.
- From the menu on the left select high contrast.
- In the right panel deactivates the turn of the high contrast option.
- If this option has been disabled, you can use the left screen + left + print screen to turn off high contrast quickly.
Or, you can set a high contrast theme for no and check whether it solves the problem.