Color distortion in Windows 10 version 1903
- Configuring Windows 10
You and I, have long been accustomed to see a high-quality and clear image on the screens of PC monitors, but agree that it also happens that there is some kind of malfunction that leads to very peculiar problems. So this time, after the user community had the opportunity to upgrade its operating system, a number of devices had a color distortion in Windows 10 version 1903.
The treachery of failure is that it has several variations of the manifestation and not all users who updated the OS had the opportunity to notice it right away, but all because:
- For someone, the color palette changed instantly;
- Someone, appeared on devices of specific brands;
- For someone, the color palette changed after a reboot;
- For someone, the problem arises due to a non-high-quality background image;
- For someone, the problem is related to a specific graphic profile.
As you can see, there are a lot of reasons and in almost every case, they manifest themselves individually and you should definitely pay your attention to it, not to be scared right away and very much.
Correction of the color palette in Windows 10 by means of updating
Microsoft proposes that users don’t have to worry about the problem themselves, but download and install a small “cumulative update”. Specifically, in this case, it is proposed to use Windows 10 KB4501375 / 18362.207.
The process of using the update itself is very simple: the update is downloaded for version 18362.207 → the downloaded update is installed using the operating system's tools → the OS is rebooted → the effectiveness of the actions taken is checked.
In fact, this is a very simple and effective way, but in any case, you should take into account that it is not able to help all users, which means that in particularly difficult moments, you should turn to a more in-depth system configuration, which is described below.
Correction of the color palette in Windows 10 by means of tripping triggers
In this case, you will have to use the system settings, which are very easy to apply, since the entire action log will look like a transition from the main section to the additional section and eventually, you just have to disable the inoperative "Triggers".
Actually, you need to act here as follows: “Start” → “Search” → “Task Scheduler” → “Microsoft” → “Windows” → “WindowsColorSystem” → “Calibration Loader” → “Triggers” → alternately disable “At logon” And “When connecting to a user session” → restart the operating system → make sure that color distortion in Windows 10 version 1903 is missing.
It seems to us that the second method is more durable and partly more difficult than the first one, but if you drop a little deeper, it becomes clear that without using it in some cases, you just can't do it and this is important enough, since any user can use it. PC.
P.S. If Microsoft in future updates corrects an error with color distortion, then most likely, you can re-enable "Triggers" and you will be able to use the system in the same way as you did before.