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How to apply a color filter on your screen when you are using a Mac.

The new version of MacOS 2022 changed system preferences to look like what you see in an iPhone or an iPad.

The instructions to apply a screen color filter on the monitor connected to your Mac are identical to the ones described in an earlier post for iPhone.

  1. Click on the Apple logo on the task bar on the top left of your screen.

  2. Select System Settings

  3. On the search bar, type 'Color filters'

  4. Select 'Display Color Filters'

  5. On the right panel, scroll down to the bottom of the page to find the Display Color Filter option.

  6. Activate Color Filter located under the raw of crayons.

  7. Choose your filter. You have a few preloaded already. Use the intensity slider to experiment.

  8. If none of these filters is suitable to you, select Color Tint and play with Intensity and Tint until you are satisfied with the result.

  9. You are done!

You can always deactivate Color Filter to return to the original display setting.

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