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    Windows 10 now supports color filters to help users see elements on the screen more clearly. In this guide, we show you the steps to set it up.
    Alongside the new set of features and changes to make you more productive and secure, the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update also introduces a few new improvements to make the OS a little more accessible for users with disabilities, and "color filters" is one of them.
    Color filters are designed to make it easier for Windows 10 users with color blindness to see the difference between colors and help those with light sensitivity to work with applications and consume content. In addition, color filters work at the system level, which means that they will not only work with Windows 10 elements but also with apps, including traditional (Win32) desktop programs and apps from the Windows Store.
    In this Windows 10 guide, we walk you through the steps to apply a color filter to improve the usability of the OS on your device with the Fall Creators Update.

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    10-18-2017 02:10 PM

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