Inverting colors in Windows can be useful for increasing the contrast of text, making the text easier to read. This article will show you how to do this.
Method 1 of 2: Magnifier
Step 1. Launch the "Magnifier" application (hereinafter simply the Magnifier)
- Click Start
- Enter magnifying glass in the search bar.
- Click Magnifier.
Step 2. Reduce the image (optional)
When Magnifier starts up, the picture on the screen will be enlarged. Click on the magnifying glass icon and then click on the round "-" button to zoom out.
Step 3. Click on the gray gear icon to open the Loupe settings
Step 4. Check the box next to "Enable color inversion"
Step 5. Click OK
Colors will be inverted. The Magnifier settings will not change when you close it, so the inversion only needs to be activated once.
Step 6. Pin the Magnifier to the taskbar
Right-click the Magnifier on the taskbar and select Pin to taskbar from the menu. Now, to restore the original colors, right-click and choose Close Window from the menu. To invert the colors again, click on the Loupe icon.
Method 2 of 2: High Contrast Theme
Step 1. Right click on a blank space on the desktop
A menu will open.
Step 2. Click on Personalization
It's near the bottom of the menu.
Step 3. Choose a high contrast theme
Now the white font will be displayed on a dark background.