In the case of an external monitor, you can always use the built-in controls to adjust the red, green, and blue colors until you arrive at a cooler color level, but laptops don’t usually have display controls. However, you can use the Windows 11 calibration tool to reduce the amount of red and green colors to fix the warm colors on the screen. In this guide, you will learn the steps to address the issue of significant warm colors on your Windows 11 computer’s display.

Calibrate display to fix warm colors on Windows 11

The Display Color Calibration tool has been available for a long time, and it’s a simple guided tool that allows for correcting the gamma, brightness, contrast, and primary colors (red, green, and blue) settings to improve the viewing experience. Before using the calibration tool, go to Settings > System > Display and make sure that the Night light feature is disabled since this could be the reason for the warm colors on the screen. To fix extreme warm colors on your laptop’s display or external monitor, use these steps: Once you complete the steps, the screen will show cooler colors instead of warm colors. If calibrating the screen didn’t fix the problem, you should check your manufacturer’s support website for other ways to calibrate the display. If you continue with the same problem, contact technical support since it might be a problem with the laptop display or monitor.

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