In regard to your concern at the following link, you will be able to see the steps of how to adjust the gamma settings:
Video Files and DVDs Gamma and Brightness Settings (This article applies for Intel® HD Graphics 520 for 6th Generation Intel® Core™ Processors)
Please let me know if the previous information was able to solve your matter.
I would like to know if the information provided to you was able to solve your concern?
In case if you need further assistance do not hesitate to reply back.
I am looking forward to hearing from you.
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I understand you are looking for the Gamma feature through the graphics control panel.
Please bear in mind that with Windows® 10, this feature is now part of the operating system.
See the following URL for more information: How to Calibrate Your Monitor in Windows 10
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Sorry for the late reply. Your link unfortunately does not apply to the newer Intel chipsets and drivers. I was able to find a workaround using a software called QuickGamma, which allows me to independently change the red, green and blue gamma settings for my display. Thanks for your help.
I was unable to find any gamma settings from within the Intel software or drivers, however, I was able to adjust my gamma settings using a software called "QuickGamma". It allows red, green and blue gamma correction on windows machines, and it works great on my system running windows 10 and an Intel HD 520. Give it a shot and see if it fixes your problems. I use Lagom.nl for display calibration.
Thank you a lot for your reply.
I am glad to know that you were able to find a solution to your concern.
I will keep this thread handy for a future answer.