Windows HD color is the feature of Windows 10 that permits a stream of high dynamic range content HDR10 compatible screen linked to the PC on TV, laptop, or external monitors.
 It provides a more extensive range of colors, brighter for better picture quality. Such picture quality you may want while watching shows, playing games, or movies. 
However, you have heard about HDR earlier on TVs, now most of the devices have these features and the settings of HD color that you can like the content on Windows 10. 
You have to ensure the PC meets all necessities. If you want to enable, then this post might be helpful for you. Read the blog and follow the instructions to allow the settings of HDR on Windows 10.

How to Verify the HDR on Windows 10

If you want to play the apps and videos on HDR, there are particular hardware and the display that your PC or laptop must meet the necessities before you allow the feature.

Requirements for the Integrated Screen

These are the necessities to allow and play the content in HDR.
Screen with the 1920 x 1080 pixels and improved.
Version 1803 or high of Windows 10.
Screen with an intensity of 300 nits and improved.

How to Check the Information of Device

If you want to check the information on the device, then you can follow the provided steps:

  1. Go to Settings.
  2. Tap on System.
  3. Press the About option.
  4. Decide the type of processor below the Device specifications menu.
  5. Verify the version several Windows 10

When the procedure is complete, you can follow the instructions to check if the installation has the Windows HD color settings.

How to Decide the HDR Support 

If you want to decide the HDR support, then abide by the given instructions:

  1. Launch Settings.
  2. Tap on System.
  3. Select Display.
  4. Verify Pay HDR apps and games option is accessible below the HD Color menu of Windows.

As the process completes, if “Pay HDR apps and games” are accessible, then users will be able to watch the videos in HDR.

How to Allow the HDR Settings on Windows 10

If users wish to allow the HDR settings on Windows 10, then pursue the given instructions:

  1. Go to Settings.
  2. Tap on System.
  3. Select the Display option.
  4. Choose monitor you like to allow HDR below the Rearrange your display option.
  5. Switch Off Pay HDR games and apps button below the Windows HD Color menu.
  6. Tap on the HDR Color button.
  7. Switch Off Stream HDR video button if you like to stream videos in HDR.
  8. Remove Don’t allow HDR apps or games on the battery button below the Battery options menu.
  9. Apply the “SDR content appearance” option to modify the intensity for normal dynamic range on the HDR-compatible screen.

After the procedure is complete, supported videos will stream the apps and videos for the brighter, vivacious as well as the large photos.

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