The Windows 10 comes with various color modes. These color modes are really fun to use and can also be of use to people with various viewing disabilities. One of these color modes is the grayscale mode which turns your entire computer into different shades of grey. This is a cool look to sport if you’re stepping out into the shade and it can also help protect your eyes from blue light.

So, here is a step by step tutorial of you can enable or disable the grayscale mode in your Windows 10 PC.

Step 1
Search for 'Color Filter Options'

Go to the 'Search bar' located at the bottom left corner of your screen and type in the words ‘Color filter’. This will display the results related to this search.



Step 2
Open the 'Color filter settings' tab

In the results displayed select the one titled ‘Turn color filters on or off’. This will open a separate settings tab.



Step 3
Enable or disable the greyscale filter

In the window now open head to the area marked ‘Turn on color filters’ and turn the slider ‘on’. Click on the bar beneath the ‘Select a color filter to see elements on the screen better’ sign and choose the Grayscale option. You can also choose any of the other options. To disable the feature turn the slider ‘Off’.



Now you know how to enable or disable the greyscale feature and other color filter options available on your Windows 10 PC.