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Select Personalization > Colors. Open Colors setting. Under Choose your color, select Dark. To manually select an accent color, choose one under Recent colors or Windows colors, or select Custom color for an even more detailed option. Or select the Automatically pick an accent color from my background check box to have Windows select the 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 above screen shows the Dark setting. You might also like...

In the Colors box, either click the color you want on the Standard tab, or mix your own color on the Custom tab. Custom colors and colors on the Standard tab aren't updated if you later change the document theme. Change the inside (fill) color. Select the shape or text box to change.

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. Show accent colors for window title bars and borders. Change colors in Windows. Open Colors setting.

Here are some other color settings you can manage in Windows 10: Change your accent color: Select the Start button > Settings > Personalization > Colors . Open Colors settings. Make photos and colors easier to see with a color filter: Select the Start button > Settings > Ease of Access > Color filters. Open Color filters settings.