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PC settings - Start Screen Background - High Contrast problem


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#1 MsSassy777

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Posted 16 March 2013 - 09:48 AM

Hello all, I just brought a new laptop, Toshiba Satellite C850 today and I think I made a mistake with my start menu display. When I went to PC settings, then clicked on Start screen background so I could play around with colours it will not let me. The screen said that I am in high contrast which disables my ability to go into personalization settings. I'd appreciate any advise on how to disable the high contrast settings so I could play with the start screen background preset colours? Many thanks.



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Posted 16 March 2013 - 11:34 AM

Open Search in Charms bar....Type Ease and click on Settings....you will now see the option to turn on or off high contrast.

Hello all, I just brought a new laptop, Toshiba Satellite C850 today and I think I made a mistake with my start menu display. When I went to PC settings, then clicked on Start screen background so I could play around with colours it will not let me. The screen said that I am in high contrast which disables my ability to go into personalization settings. I'd appreciate any advise on how to disable the high contrast settings so I could play with the start screen background preset colours? Many thanks.



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Posted 17 March 2013 - 04:47 AM

Thank you! I'd appreciate your advice very much.






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