I'm looking at a chart in Excel (just as an example to use in this conversation) and the colors (a sort of sea blue as one example) aren't the same. It looks a little more cyan on the external monitor and more of deeper blue on the laptop display. Bottom line: I need the colors to be the same or at least a lot closer to matching.
I've gone into the onboard Intel display managment app and adjust the color sliders but this seems more messy than needed but maybe I am stuck with achieving matching colors this way.
Is there an easy way to adjust the colors so the external monitor colors match the colors on the laptop display?
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It can be seen in several cases :
1 / The screen is very dark but you can see your desktop with a light, and/or you hear the windows sound.
First thing to change …
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