From Windows 95 to Windows 8.1 Color Management System sucks big time. I am sure at least some of your are fimiliar with the concept of display calibration do D65 (6500K) Standard that involves the use of a hardware probe (a colorimeter like i1Display Pro, ColorMunki Display, Spyder 1-4 Series, or spectrometer like i1Pro, ColorMunki Photo, etc.) and software, such as HCFR Calibration, CalMAN, ChromaPure, dispcalGUI, etc. A lot of it has to do with DirectX games being able to completely disregard ICC (LUT) profiles in FullScreen ("Exclusive FUllScreen") mode, forcing people to use either in-game Windowed (Borderless) FullScreen mods or all kinds of tools like Windowed Borderless Gaming, FullScreenizer, GeDoSaTo, etc. to run games in Borderless Windowed / Windowed Fullscreen mode, which tends to have performance issues, makes it impossible to use V-Sync, and forces you to use only your desktop resolution for whichever game in that mode, although you can change your desktop resolution to get around that limitation. Quite a few recent games do allow ICC profiles to work even in FullScreen "Exclusive" mode, but far from all. There are some guides that supposedly show you how to enforce ICC profiles @ all times and in all cases by changing Default System settings in Windows Color Management properties, but ICC profiles get reset by the same games regardless. There is a DirectX command/feature, that, if used, will reset ICC profile to Windows default, no matter what you do in Color Management System. I was wondering whether Windows 10 Color Management system is going to be changed or updated to actually allow complete enforcement of ICC (LUT) profiles either through its own functions or by making changes in DirectX 11.2 / 12.0. I mean developers have surely found ways to use Exclusive FullScreen mode and allow ICC profile enforcement in games, such as Battlefield 4, Dragon Age: Inquisition, Far Cry 4, Assassin's Creed: Unity, etc., but there are still plenty of good games that run like crap in Windowed Borderless Mode and reset ICC profile to system default in true FullScreen mode. EDIT: If someone who is even a little familiar with what I described above would please post some screenshots of Windows 10 Color Management Settings, Options, Profiles, Calibration Wizard, etc., then I and many others would greatly appreciate it (Reps for LIFE!)!