I pushed buttons, and now the screen a tinted sepia color?

original title: I pushed buttons, and now it's all a tinted sepia color?

Hi, I was my computer, typing, and I was trying to hold the left-hand side shift button. I was trying to type a letter near the shift bar on that side, and I pushed buttons, and then it turned a tinted sepia. I don't know what I pushed, I might've pushed the CTRL FN ALT or WINDOWS KEY but I am not sure. I can't get the color to return, but the computer works fine. Thanks.

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I have the same problem yesterday, but I already figure out how to solve it.
Like the first person, I also have pushed buttons to create shortcut keys and by mistake, it turns sepia. It is frustrating so I did my research.
I did restore the settings for the graphics like the answers they gave but it's not permanent. Whenever I shut down and turn on my laptop, my windows still turns into sepia.
I also tried to update my graphic's driver but no use, because it is already updated.
So, I uninstall the graphics's driver but my screen turns black. I need to turn off and on my laptop to get in to safe mode and have a system restore to get my graphic's driver back.
Sorry for keeping you wait, I just want to share the story because you might have done the same as mine. 

Now on your keyboard, press "FN" + "C" (Below the C key, there should be an S icon). On the screen it may display any of the following: Gamma Correction, Vivid Mode, Theater Mode, Soft Mode, My Profile, Normal Mode.

Press FN+ C again until you got in to Normal Mode.

If it helps, click the Me Too on the caption.

Thank You :)

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Just like to add,

You can probably access your graphic card,

Right click your desktop and select Graphics properties,

Most of the sections have Restore/ Restore factory defaults listed.

I'd say Color enhancement would be a good place to start,

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