1. The command for Windows 10 and 11 Color Management is: colorcpl to start it from the nice Windows-10 Run Dialog keyboard-shortcut Windows+R.
2. In the Windows 11 and 10 Color Management please select the Device to make changes in the color profile.
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(Image-1) Window-10 Color Management for Devices!
In a color management system, color profiles are used to create color transforms, which Windows 10 programs use to convert color from one device’s color space to another. A color space is a three-dimensional model in which the hue, lightness, and chroma of colors are graphed to represent the rendering capabilities of a device. When a new device is added to your computer, a color profile for that device might be installed automatically on Windows 10.
A color profile in Windows 10 is a file that describes the color characteristics of a specific device while it's in a particular state. A profile can also contain additional information defining viewing conditions or gamut-mapping methods. Working with your computer's color management system in Windows 10, color profiles help ensure that color content is acceptably rendered, regardless of the device or viewing condition.
There are two main types of color profiles that Windows 10 continues to support: Windows 10 Color System (WCS) and International Color Consortium (ICC) color profiles. This provides you with the greatest variety of choices for customizing color management options and color workflows. WCS is an advanced color management system found in recent versions of Windows 10. While supporting ICC profile–based color management, WCS provides advanced capabilities not found in existing ICC color management systems.