Please add the sliders to configure hue and saturation. Previously on legacy drivers they were in "display" menu under "colors" section. The saturation slider is available in "video" menu but that doesn't saturate the whole display
Thank you for your reply. Yes I had already downloaded the latest drivers and the latest version of Intel Graphics Center software from the windows store but it didn't have the sliders to change the hue and saturation. So I had to revert back to old legacy drivers to saturate my display since the display that my laptop has is not color accurate. And I need to saturate my display to obtain proper colors, mostly for gaming. I have attached the report file that was generated by Intel System Support Utility
I have the same question/problem. There is no setting in the new Intel Graphics Command Center for Hue and Saturation control. Where did these settings go? Why would intel take this away. Not everyone can afford a colorimeter device and has the software to calibrate displays--some of us need to increase color saturation to make the display look better. This was a completely bad idea, Intel! Now I need to uninstall this new control panel and reinstall the old one. Thanks for wasting my time.
No, reporting the issue won't solve it as the display or the hardware that shipped with my laptop is not perfectly color accurate. I have also seen the reviews of my laptop model on YouTube and other platforms and they said the same thing. So I have been using the saturation feature for a long time, up to the point where if there's no saturation the display looks pale on my opinion. The latest drivers that Dell published on their official website for Intel is 126.96.36.19936 and it doesn't support windows 2018 October update. And on top of that windows 10 is releasing another big update on May so I need to update my drivers to the latest version. But I can't do that cause Intel made the decision to remove the sliders for Hue/Saturation. I am very disappointed. I mean legacy drivers had them so why can't DCH drivers have them?