Hello. You can adjust white point luminance with backlight buttons.
First of all, uninstall all "color enhance" utilities and set adjustments in graphics control panel > color tab to "default".
Then recognize laptop display model and try to find .icm profile on web and install it in control panel > color management settings, otherwise use sRGB. If that didn't help, use monitor gamma calibration software like atrise lutcurve, calibrilla etc. It's not easy, but who said that it would be easy. Good luck.
Thank you very much for your time and answers.
I've tried uninstalling all of the integrated graphics' drivers and software and after that by default Windows 10's resolution was 8-bit. However, can't actually tell that there was some noticable change in screen's colors.
Thank you once again.
Bye and wish you all the best!
This is a bug that should be fixed ASAP.
When the Intel UHD630 driver is uninstalled the screen shows much better color performance (brighter white and darker black).
I donwloaded the latest version win64_18.104.22.16823 and the problem is still there.
I should shoot a ticket to intel team but I don't know how to.
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I would like to provide an update on the latest status of this issue.
I'm happy to report that we finally have a fix for this issue checked-in our latest (internal) driver build. At this point we're just making sure it goes through sufficient quality testing, but it is closer to public release.
The fix should be included in driver build 100.6389 and higher. As soon as I have a release estimate or further news I'll update this thread https://communities.intel.com/thread/120305..
Once again, thank you for your patience while we worked on this issue.