Windows 11, like any new operating system , Has had a good amount of trouble . The latter shows that many users with HDR displays (and some without) have problems with the correct display of colors in image editing applications.
As first reported Windows Latest , a bug in Windows 11 could prevent specific image editing applications from rendering colors correctly in images. HDR displays (and occasionally on other screens as well). Most of the users have reported the problem when editing images with white colors or on a white background. Instead of white, images will appear bright yellow or other colors.
Clearly, the image edition it is a place where inaccurate colors are more than just an annoyance. Knowing that the colors you see are correct can make the difference between accurate color grading and correcting the color in a photo and not doing it.
After the initial report, Microsoft confirmed the error:
After installing Windows 11, some image editing programs may not display colors correctly on certain HDR displays. This is often seen with white colors, which can show up in bright yellow or other colors.
This problem occurs when certain Win32 color rendering APIs return unexpected information or errors under specific conditions. Not all color profile management programs are affected, and the color profile options available on the Windows 11 settings page, including Microsoft’s Color Control Panel, are expected to work properly.
Regarding fixing the problem, Microsoft says: “We are working on a resolution and we estimate that a solution will be available by the end of January.”
That means that anyone who edits images with a HDR display You will need to take great care to make sure the colors are accurate while waiting around a month for the update to arrive.