How to turn high contrast theme on and off in Windows 7?
Do you ever use your laptop in bad lighting situations or where there is a lot of glare? Does it really make you go nuts as you do face problems while carrying out your work in such conditions? Give away these worries and check out our solution that is given in a step format. It will guide you through the process of how to turn High Contrast Theme on and off in your Windows 7-based PC, making it easier to see and use.
High Contrast Theme is an in-built feature of Windows 7 that heightens the color contrast of some text and images on your computer screen, making those items more distinct and easier to identify. This option allows you to toggle a high-contrast theme on or off by pressing the Left Alt+Left Shift+Print Screen keys.
Want to see how it goes? Check it out through these simple steps:
- Click “Start” and select “Control Panel”.
- Click 'Ease of Access' and then click 'Ease of Access Center'.
- Click “Make the computer easier to see”.
- Select “Turn on or off High Contrast when Left Alt+Left Shift+Print Screen is pressed” check box. Once you do this, you can toggle a high-contrast theme on or off by pressing the Left Alt+Left Shift+PrintScreen keys.
- Click “OK”.
Wasn’t the process short and easy to follow and apply on your Windows 7-based PC? Don’t you think these steps have made your job simple? If you want, you can further simplify the process by going through our video solution. You can click the paly option in the below window to watch the video.