A bug in Windows 11 causes incorrect colors to be displayed

A bug in Windows 11 causes incorrect colors to be displayed

Microsoft has confirmed a color issue affecting users working with “some image editing programs and on certain HDR displays” in Windows 11. The most frequent symptom is the replacement of white regions of images with a bright yellow hue.

If the circumstances under which this problem occurs seem somehow unspecified, this is probably one of the reasons why Microsoft is not he had still spotted it until now. However, having the white hues returned with a bright yellow is certainly not a great experience in any way (whether it's computer science or dentistry or publishing) and will definitely affect the content creators Microsoft wants to appeal to with its Surface Computers and Accessories.

The bug affects the 21H2 version of the operating system. The description shared by Microsoft states that various image editors and HDR displays may have this problem. However, misinterpreting whites as bright yellow isn't the only symptom - the testers observed that this is simply the result of a more common color mismatch.

if (jQuery ("# ​​crm_srl-th_hardware_d_mh2_1 ") .is (": visible ")) {console.log (" Edinet ADV adding zone: tag crm_srl-th_hardware_d_mh2_1 slot id: th_hardware_d_mh2 "); } "This problem occurs when some Win32 color-rendering APIs return unexpected information or errors under specific conditions" - Microsoft explains - "Not all color profile management programs are affected and the color profile options available on the Settings page Windows 11, including the Microsoft Color Control Panel, should work fine. "

Users currently struggling with this bug don't seem to have any fixes at this time. However, Microsoft is working to bring the situation back to normal as soon as possible. The Redmond-based software giant has not provided an exact date for the release of a fix patch, but only provides an "end of January" estimate.

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