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Background slideshow and custom colors in Windows 10
Create your own background slideshow and custom colors in Windows 10.
In Settings/Personalization/Colors, the choice greyed out
Windows 10 will not let me change the colors of the Start, Taskbar and action center. That choice on the Personalization/Colors page of Settings is greyed out.
Light and Dark themes in Windows 10
Personalize your PC and reduce eye strain with Windows 10 light and dark themes
How can I get scanner to print in color
how can I get scanner to print in color. the picture is a drivers license and I would like it to be in color when I submit it on an application
Windows Community interviews Windows enthusiast: Rohit Langde
Windows enthusiast Rohit Langde describes how an introduction to Windows 95 laid the foundation for a career in technology.
Filters clarify the digital world for the colorblind
Albert Sanchez didn't let his colorblindness impede his creation of art, nor does it stop him from using a computer thanks to color filters in Windows 10.
i want my tile background color back.
new insider build 20H took the background color of my tiles and changed it to clear. want my color back. how do i get it back???
Using colour filters in Windows 10
If you have difficulty seeing what's on the screen, you can use colour filters. Colour filters change the colour palette on the screen and can help you distinguish between things that differ only by colour. 1. Press WINDOWS LOGO + U. 2. Click "Colour filters." 3. Toggle "Turn on colour filters" to "On." 4. Select a colour filter. Try each filter to see which one suits you best. Note and tip: - Enable a keyboard shortcut to turn colour filters on or off. It's normally WINDOWS LOGO + CTRL + C. - With Night Light enabled, it can affect colour filters. If so, turn Night Light off.
Being colored blind and enjoying electronics
I have loved being involved in then lifestyle of being online. I started in the 70's with Oscopes and Ham Radio. CB's with Sideband was just a mode of experimenting in getting more out of what you had on hand. It is and was enjoyable to tweek and make things Bigger and Better. To make things even more of a challenging situation... I'm colored blind and can only hear about 45% out of my left ear. The right has been deaf since birth. In my time it was all tubes. Diodes and Triodes Ect. Numbers were on everything to identify the type of item you were looking for. Then tubes were gone. Everything went to a color based system. Since then.... My life has become a bit of a challenge to stay involved. Ended up losing my Ham Radio enjoyment as well as my building new things to enhance the genre. Be working on MicroSoft Programs and coding since the days of the Tandy programs. Loved the MSDOS Days. I AM TRYING TO KEEP IN THE LOOP... It is getting tougher for the old hard core Dreamers and lovers . The big change was the Pentium. I spent a wad getting the P-60... My goodness it was a dream come true. Win. 95 Blew my mind and almost cost me a wife. No Color, sound but pre enjoyment., Used it for business since the 90's. Even in gaming on or offline. Is there a way to keep me in the loop?
Making the mouse pointers easier to see
New Windows 10 May 2019 Update make mouse pointers easier to see with bold new colors and sliders to adjust the size of your pointer.
Select Personalization > Colors. Open Colors setting. Under Choose your color, select Custom. Under Choose your default Windows mode, select Dark. Under Choose your default app mode, select Light or Dark. To manually select an accent color, choose one under Recent colors or Windows colors, or select Custom color for an even
Choose a Windows color (for a variety of surfaces that you see when you use Windows) that's Light, Dark, or Custom. Personalize the colors of the Start button, taskbar, and action center (this option is only available if you select Dark or Custom as your Windows color) Choose accent colors to contrast with or match your wallpaper and Windows color
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 Windows Presentation Foundation color names match the .NET Framework, Windows Forms, and Microsoft Internet Explorer color names. This representation is based on UNIX X11 named color values. The following image shows each predefined color, its name, and its hexadecimal value.