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https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/change-colors-in-windows-d26ef4d6-819a-581...

The Dark mode has a darker set of colors and is designed to work well in a low-lit environment. The Custom mode gives you more options somewhere in between light and dark. You can choose an accent color or have Windows select one (the accent color will provide a contrast with or match your wallpaper and Windows color).

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/change-desktop-background-and-colors...

In Colors, let Windows pull an accent color from your background, or choose your own color adventure. After you've selected an accent color, scroll down to decide where you want to see the color show up, and whether it looks better in a dark or light setting. The above screen shows the Dark setting. You might also like...

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/change-your-desktop-background-color-3290d...

Change your desktop background color. Windows 10. More... Less. Select Start > Settings > Personalization > Colors, and then choose your own color, or let Windows pull an accent color from your background. Change desktop colors.

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dotnet/api/system.windows.media.colors

Gets the system-defined color that has an ARGB value of #FF800000. Medium Aquamarine. Gets the system-defined color that has an ARGB value of #FF66CDAA. Medium Blue. Gets the system-defined color that has an ARGB value of #FF0000CD. Medium Orchid. Gets the system-defined color that has an ARGB value of #FFBA55D3.

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/uwp/api/Windows.UI.Colors

Gets the system-defined color that has an ARGB value of #FF556B2F. Equivalent WinUI property: Microsoft.UI.Colors.DarkOliveGreen. Dark Orange. Gets the system-defined color that has an ARGB value of #FFFF8C00.