Make Use of Color Filter in Windows 10 with Easy Invert

The latest version of Windows 10 Creators Update comes with some of the newest features. Since this is not the release version, these features may or may not be kept for the future releases of Windows 10. But as of now, you can make the most of these features while they are still available. For example, you can use the in-built color filter feature of Windows 10 Creators Update to make the Windows look a little different. The night light feature in Windows 10 that we have discussed about before is also based on these color filters.

And now you can use the third party tool Easy Invert to fully utilize these color filters. This way you can change the appearance of your computer screen and make the applications look a little different. If you are not happy with the colors and brightness of a program or app, then you can change its look using these filters through the Easy Invert tool. It can make using these filters not only easy, but can also automate the whole process.

Easy Invert

Easy Invert installs an icon in the notification area of Windows desktop. You can just click on this icon to toggle the color filter on and click on it again to toggle it off. If you right-click on this icon, you can open the various settings like filter type and automatic mode. The automatic mode can be used to automate the filter based on the application in the foreground or the window title in the foreground. For example, you can use it to automate the filter for Windows Notepad. Among the filter types, you can choose grayscale, grayscale inverted, invert, deuteranopia, protanopia, tritanopia etc.

Easy Invert

Without using Easy Invert, you have to use the hotkey Win+Ctrl+C on your keyboard to enable or disable color filters in Windows 10. But with the help of Easy Invert, you can access these filters quickly from the notification area.

You can download Easy Invert from