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Photo: diy13 (Shutterstock) Many modern operating systems and apps include settings that make them more accessible to users who are colorblind (or color deficient )—here’s how you can set up these options in the four most recent versions of Windows: 11, 10, 8 and 7. How to set up Windows 11 or Windows 10 for colorblind users Of all the versions of Windows still supported by Microsoft, both Windows 11 and 10 make it easiest to configure your PC with a colorblind filter. On both of these versions of Windows, colorblind support is run through the “color filters” feature. You can access this feature in one of two ways , either by opening the start menu and searching for “color filters” or by going Settings and selecting Ease of Access (“ Accessibility ” in Windows 11), then selecting Color filters . Once color filters are active, one of the six available color filters will be automatically applied. If you’ve never used the feature before, Windows will default to activating the “Grayscale” color filter. The color filters screen in Windows 10. Screenshot: Shannon Flynn In addition to Grayscale, you also have the ability to pick one of two additional color filters or one of three colorblindness filters, for a total of six filter options. Currently, both Windows 10 and 11 offer a red-green (green weak/deuteranopia), red-green (red weak/protanopia) and blue-yellow (tritanopia) filter, in addition to the three color filter options. The right filter will depend on your personal needs. Around […]