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ICYMI: Windows 11, version 22H2 brings Auto Color Management (ACM) to SDR displays

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Are you a content creator or managing devices for creative professionals? Picky about color accuracy? Starting with version 22H2, Windows 11 offers hardware-accelerated, system-level color management, which means accurate, consistent colors across all Windows apps on every display and less artifacting with gradients, shadows, and darker tones. While Auto Color Management has been supported for high dynamic range (HDR) displays since Windows 10, version 1709, this is the first time the capability is available for standard dynamic range (SDR) displays.

 

For more details, check out the DirectX Developer Blog!

 

 
 

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@Heather Poulsen Hello!

I am running the most recent update and can not see that goddamn option. What should be wrong? I am pretty sure my machine fulfills the specs. Considering this is a post from October 18, 2022, I suppose we have had some changes made to that feature.