Did you know that Chromebook has a feature that lets you invert colors, to help with eye fatigue and can reduce the amount of stress placed in your eyes and for visually impaired users who wants to navigate things clearly it also acts as an anti-glare feature for your privacy in public places, quite beneficial right?
Color inversion is a nifty little feature that’s built into many modern computers but how do you enable inverted color on your Chromebook? Don’t worry we got you covered, we will provide you a simple step by step instruction to do this. Here we go:
Step by step process on how to invert color on Chromebook
Step 1: Go to the account settings
At the bottom right of your screen, you’ll find the status area, which contains some basic information such as the time and a network connection indicator. It will also have your Google account picture displayed. Click on that picture, and a new window will appear. This has access to the settings you need.
In the new window, find and click on the gear pictogram which is the “Settings Tab”. In this menu, scroll to the bottom of the window and click the linked text entitled: “Show Advanced Settings”
Step 3: Enable High Contrast Mode
Within the advanced settings menu, scroll down to ‘Accessibility’ and click the checkbox marked ‘Use high contrast mode’. This should prompt the Chromebook to immediately invert the screen colors. If not, you may be required to complete the next step.
The Process Shortcut:
If you’ve forgotten again, here it is in short format:
Click Google Account Picture > Click Settings Gear > Advanced Settings > Accessibility > High Contrast Mode
Step 4: Exit The Settings Screen
If you are happy with the contrast and color settings, close the window by selecting the ‘X’ at the top of the screen. If your Chromebook has not yet inverted the screen colors, it will do so at this stage.
Bonus 1-Step Method!
Some Chromebook users have inadvertently set their display to an inverted color scheme, causing a frantic search for answers! You may be interested to discover that the high-contrast mode can be toggled with a simple shortcut:
Ctrl + Search + H
If your Chromebook does not have a search button, follow the comprehensive step-by-step guide above. This accessibility is one of many reasons to love the Chromebook!
Why would you want to do such a thing?
It’s easier on the eyes. Seriously.