Spectral RGB for Windows

Troubleshooting Windows 10 Desktop Flicker

Right click desktop
Select Graphics Properties
Select Display
Set Refresh Rate 48Hz (default 60.020Hz)
See if this clears up screen flicker

Right click desktop

Select Personalize

Select your favorite color (example: teal)

How do you change the start menu color? To change the color of your Start menu, Start screen, taskbar and window borders

Right click the Start button, go to Settings > Personalization > Colors > Show color on Start, taskbar, and action center.

If you play with the settings below and your colors get messed up you can reset them to defaults.

Right click desktop

Select Personalize

Select Custom Colors

Select More

Clear the color code starting with # and hit enter

Click on Done

Reselect your favorite color

For Technicians and Enthusiasts keep going, and have fun! Different results every time.

Move slider to 80 (set to 44 when at work to help eye strain)

Right-Click
Personalize
Click on Custom color
Click on More
Red 143
Green 207
Blue 191
Enter color #8FCFBF (if you enter only this color
you get different rgb values)

For the nice soothing green enter the following

Photoshop CS2 Only web colors

Red 153
Green 204
Blue 204
Enter color #99cccc

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Troubleshooters

Watch this and you’ll see the problem.

Right click desktop
Select Graphics Properties
Select Display
Set Refresh Rate 60Hz

Upper left hand corner of screen, something happening, likely a cursor, because it’s actually a DOS prompt.

Select cancel.

RGB to Hex color converter

Go to https://www.rapidtables.com/convert/color/rgb-to-hex.html

Red 153

Green 204

Blue 204

hsl(180,33,70)

MAKE CYAN

Right-Click
Personalize
Click on Custom color
Click on More

ENTER COLOR CODE #00FFFF

Examine upper left corner carefully. There is a little box. It does not show up in a Print Screen Capture. Watch the illusion around the screen. Open Windows Notepad and see the great illusion come to life. Look at the edge of the Notepad box. It’s A DOS box shadow, or is it?.

With this setting you are seeing astigmatism if you have it.

Right click Desktop
Personalize
Click on Custom color
Click on more
Red 153
Green 255
Blue 255
Color Code #99FFFF

If you do the following you will lose your settings. We are not responsible if you do this and you might violate a copyright that does not belong to We only love.

Right-Click
Personalize
Click on Custom color
Move slider all the way to the left
Click on Done

Something going on at 4ebb memory address.

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