How to Enable Color Filters in Windows For People with Color Blindness


Windows offers the use of color filters, which allow users to adjust their display so people with color blindness can more easily distinguish colors on the screen.


The Propeller Platform has several tools that use colors to visualize change on site. For customers with red-green or blue-yellow color blindness, it might be beneficial to turn on color filters. 

Instructions

1. Go to the Accessibility setting by pressing the Windows logo key + U, or select Start>Settings>Accessibility. 




2. Select Color filters under the Vision section.



3. Turn on the Color filters toggle.




4. Select a color filter that suits you best from the list. 


Red-green (Deuteranopia)



Red-green (Protanopia)


Blue-yellow (Tritanopia)



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