I don't know if anyone has encountered this problem After win10 update,

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hi
I don't know if anyone has encountered this problem
After win10 update,
adobe's color becomes not quite right
But after the transfer, it is normal again,
My graphics card has been updated to the latest version,
I don't know what the problem is now,
If it has been resolved, can you share it with me?
Thank you!

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Adobe Community Professional , Apr 02, 2021 Apr 02, 2021
Ignore Windows "Photos"! It is not color managed and will never display correctly, ever, under any circumstances.   Is the color profile embedded in this image? Make sure it always is. Your working space isn't important, the embedded profile will always override it. As long as it's there.   The only important setting in color settings is color management policies. It should always be set to "preserve embedded profiles". Never change that.   But why do you have Photoshop 5 Default CMYK - ? If thi...

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Please set the Status Bar to »Document Profile« and post more meaningful screenshots. 
What are Photoshop’s Edit > Color Settings? 
Which application are you Photoshop’s display comparing to? 

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hi
Thank you for your reply.

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Color Settings, like this?

 

Also, this is a comparison between photoshop and win,
It was normal before the win10 update

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win what? Is that application color managed? 

 

Please set the Status Bar to »Document Profile« and post more meaningful screenshots. 

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Ignore Windows "Photos"! It is not color managed and will never display correctly, ever, under any circumstances.

 

Is the color profile embedded in this image? Make sure it always is. Your working space isn't important, the embedded profile will always override it. As long as it's there.

 

The only important setting in color settings is color management policies. It should always be set to "preserve embedded profiles". Never change that.

 

But why do you have Photoshop 5 Default CMYK - ? If this is an RGB file it's not the immediate problem - but if you ever need to work in CMYK this will get you in serious trouble.

 

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 All that said, it's possible you have a defective monitor profile. If you're not using a calibrator (you should), you get manufacturer profiles through Windows Update, and these profiles are very often broken and defective in various ways. This will only affect color managed applications like Photoshop. Windows "Photos" is not color managed and will just ignore the monitor profile. It doesn't even know what a monitor profile is.

 

To test that, replace your current profile with sRGB IEC61966-2.1. If this seems to clear the problem, you need to use a calibrator to make a new profile. Or, for non-critical use, keep using sRGB until you do.

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Thanks i used your method
It is useful!!!!!

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Why »Photoshop 5 Default CMYK»? 

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Have a good look at the video card driver.  I've had Windows 10 arbitrarily change the video card driver to a generic Microsoft driver and stuff things up.  We would normall suggest that you open Photoshop and go Help > System Info > Copy  and paste to this thread so we could tell you if you have the right driver.  If your version of Photoshop uses the English langauge then maybe do that.  But if we are not going to be able to make sense of it, maybe not so helpful.

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Don't know if it matters
But this is ps system information, hope it helps

 

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Adobe Photoshop version: 22.3.0 20210302.r.49 660cd2e x64
Number of starts: 131
Operating system: Windows 10 64-bit
Version: 10 or newer version 10.0.19041.804
System architecture: Intel CPU series: 6, model: 5, version: 2 with MMX, SSE integer, SSE floating point, SSE2, SSE3, SSE4.1, SSE4.2, AVX, AVX2, hyper-threading
Actual number of processors: 8
Number of logical processors: 16
Processor speed: 2304 MHz
Built-in memory: 32636 MB
Available memory: 17932 MB
Photoshop usable memory: 29887 MB
Memory used by Photoshop: 60%
SAM SDK Version: 2.0.0-main.363.5
ACP.local status:
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ACPL cache settings:
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-Maximum size: 20480 MB
-Clearance percentage: 50%
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Instant edit client SDK version: 3.79.23
Presets Status:
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-Pattern: 14 local / 0 synced
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-Style: 21 local / 0 synced
-Color ticket: 124 local / 0 synced
Native GPU: Start.
Manta layout: Start.
Alias ​​layer: Off.
Auxiliary color wheel: Closed.
High beam: Start.
Wintab Digitizer Services
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Image cache level: 4
Font preview: Medium
Text writer: East Asia
The GPU Sniffer on 2021/4/4 failed at 03:32:42 AM
------- GetVideoCardInformation
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Does the GPU support this feature (kGPUFeature_All 😞 True.
PSGL file drawing OS version test: True.
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OpenGL GPU available: True.
Get AIF shared context: True.
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Display: 1
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OpenGL drawing mode: basic
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Photoshop is colour managed and corrects the display using the monitor profile set in your operating system and the profile embedded in the document. It will display correctly, provided that the monitor profile set in your operating system describes your monitor in its current state and settings. The best way to do that is to make that monitor profile with a hardware device and its associated software (such as the i1Display).

Other viewers may not be colour managed and therefore do not correct the colours for your particular monitor profile or the document profile. These will, and should, look different to the corrected display in Photoshop.

 

 

 

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The weird thing is,
Originally, ps and win10 look almost the same,
But after a certain update of WIN10...it suddenly appeared a huge gap

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The windows update has probaly set a defective monitor profile on your system. Go back up the thread and look at D.Fosse's post on how to temporarily set the profile to sRGB in order to confirm that.

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Thanks i used your method
It is useful!!!!!!!!!!😍

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4/4
Reply to everyone
I reverted win10 to the pre-update version
My adobe color is normal
So confirm it is the answer to the win 10 update
But you can't never update it 😂
I don’t know what to fix to improve this problem after win10 update

 

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In Windows 10 color management works, but you need to ensure you are using an accurate monitor profile in Windows. This is covered in D.Fosse's answer above.

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