If all of a sudden, your monitor or laptop screen looks yellowish or off the usual color, then there can be multiple reasons for that. It could be because of the misconfigured color profile or third-party app, which could have changed the color. In this post, we will suggest multiple solutions that can help you fix if the Monitor has Yellow tint on the screen.
Monitor has Yellow tint on the screen
Some of these settings are available in the Windows OS, while others will need admin permission to fix the problem. But one thing is sure that solving this efficiently unless the problem is hardware-specific.
- Check Night Light settings
- Check if any 3rd-party app causing it
- Check Color Calibration settings
- Restore default Display Color settings
- Update Graphics Driver
Do note that if these don’t solve the problem, you may want to get in touch with the customer support of the Monitor and get it replaced if possible.
1] Check Night Light settings
Windows 10 offers Night Light feature, which makes sure the pressure on your eyes is reduced during prolonged usage. The Night Light feature changes the color of the display, and if it has been set off towards yellow color, then that’s what is happening. It would be best to turn off night light.
- Open Windows Settings (Win + I)
- Type Night Light in the search box, and click on it when it appears in the result
- Click on Turn off button to disable it.
1]Check if any 3rd-party app is causing it
Third-party apps such as Flu.x, get Night Light, and others can also change the color of the display or Monitor. You will need to either change the color configuration of the software or disable it all together to get rid of the yellow tint.
3] Check Color Calibration settings.
Color Calibration feature in Windows allows you to make sure that the display produces the colors as accurately as possible.
- Click on the Start button to open the menu, and then type Calibrate.
- Next, follow the onboard instruction to get precisely the color you wanted to on the screen.
- During the process, you will get the option to additional colors, and you will have to adjust the slider to remove the tint.
Done that, the yellow tint should not be there anymore.
Read: Desktop turns pink or purple.
4] Restore default Display Color settings
Display color can be changed in many ways. It includes graphics settings, GPU Software such as Nvidia color settings, and color management. Follow out the complete guide to fix Display Color Settings. You can set up ICC rendering intent to WSD Gamut Mapping for photo images, line art, simulate paper, charts, and graphs.
5] Update Graphics Driver
Last in the list is to update the graphics driver to the latest version or rollback if the issue occurred after updating the driver. It is best to use third-party software like Double Driver, IObit Driver Booster hat can manage the updates as they will be able to find the driver not available with Windows. You can also figure out to download the driver from, i.e., the Official OEM website, to fix the tint issue.
Once done, make sure the software or the driver panel is set to discover automatic updates, but not set to install them without your consent. Make sure to check if the version for the driver has issues with Windows; if yes, do not install it unless it gets resolved. If you accidentally install it, the software we suggested above should help you rollback.
All these should definitely help you fix the yellow tint issue on your Monitor in Windows 10. If nothing else works, you can always choose to replace the Monitor.