How to make my PC to show only black and white picture?

Discussion in 'Computer Games and General Discussion' started by ~Wiiloader~, May 31, 2011.

  1. ~Wiiloader~
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    i just want to see black and white picture on my screen instead of colour one... how can i do that?

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    Like, live? A live desaturation of everything on your desktop?
     
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    I'm pretty sure that most monitors have buttons on them.
    Press the menu button.
    There you will probably see a "color" section, there you can adjust all of the colors you want, and desaturate.
     
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    Yes like you said, i want live desaturation of everything on my desktop... is there some softwaer.. i dont know how to do it
     
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    Use the menu buttons on your monitor
     
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    Monitors usually have OSD (on screen display) settings that allow you to desaturate its output. That's the easiest method.

    Catalyst Control Center (for ATi/AMD graphics) has plenty of options for the same. Just explore and you'll where the colour controls are. No idea for nVidia graphics since I don't have a modern nVidia graphics card.

    Windows does have a colour management option for display drivers, although I don't know how to tweak it for a monochrome effect.
     
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    graphics card drivers software have the option to change gamma, brightness, saturation and much more
    right click the desktop and look for an option about graphics or video
     

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