Is the sRGB mode still the only one that Windows 10 desktop can support?

Even in the newest version.While the OSX's desktop can support multiple mode (sRGB/AdobeRGB/P3) for a long time.

Hello Xiao-Neng,

sRGB is the standard color space on Windows 10. To be specific, sRGB (IEC 61966-2-1) allow accurate color mapping with little data overhead. You can still add different color profiles, but it's going to be tied into the device that it is set to. If you're planning on modifying the color configuration of your computer, follow these steps:

  1. Select the Start button, type Color Management and then press Enter.
  2. Go to the Devices tab.
  3. Select the desired display.
  4. Select the check box for Use my settings for this device and then click Add.
  5. Click Browse on the Associate Color Profile window and browse the color profile (ICM file) you have.
  6. Click Add, OK, and then Close to complete.

Let me know if you have other questions.

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Can I display the correct color in my Adobe RGB mode monitor with your way?

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sRGB is a characteristic of your graphics subsystem (graphics card and monitor,) not of Windows.

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I don't think so. Because I can display the correct color with Mac with Adobe RGB monitor while I can't do it in same monitor with windows.

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If your graphics card can output sRGB and your monitor can display sRGB, you can view sRGB color with any operating system that has driver support from the graphics card manufacturer.

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I am not sure we talking the same thing.Then you can refer the topic as below:

https://superuser.com/questions/164793/how-can-i-reduce-saturation-on-my-wide-gamut-monitor-to-have-it-display-at-srgb

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Thank you for getting back to us. Just like what BulldogXX said, if your display adapter and monitor supports the feature, you should be able to modify the color profile of your computer. Having the correct device driver is also essential for this configuration. I recommend visiting the device manufacturer's support website to download the latest driver for your machine.

Feel free to post back if you have other inquiries about Microsoft products.

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I can get the correct result when I am operating in the APPs with color management, say , Photoshop and Firefox while I just can't get the correct color in desktop(Color will be over saturation in my Adobe RGB monitor). Then it can prove that it's not related to the display card and driver.

I recommend you can read this article first:

https://superuser.com/questions/164793/how-can-i-reduce-saturation-on-my-wide-gamut-monitor-to-have-it-display-at-srgb

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