Add a Color Filter Over the Browser, Video Player, Desktop

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ColorVeil is a free software for Window to add a color filter over the browser, desktop, document viewer, video player, etc. You can either use a sepia color for nostalgia, red color for excitement, or a blue color for relaxation. If you don’t want to use them, then choose your own favorite color and apply to the screen. It also lets you control the opacity to dim or increase the brightness of the screen filter. This tool probably offers one of the best ways to minimize eye strain and irritation while using your PC.

One of the best and fun feature of this tool is that you can enable “Go Stealth”, and make it disappear from the system tray and taskbar. By hiding the screen filter settings using “Go Stealth”, you can easily play tricks on your friends for fun. You can also use it while recording screencasts to give an interesting look to the output files.

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How to Add a Color Filter Over your Web Browser, Desktop, Video Player, etc.:

Step 1: Simply download and install this app to start applying screen color filters. After the installation, you will be able to see an icon in the system tray.

Step 2: You can simply left-click on the icon to enable and disable the screen color filter. In order to open up the settings and Veil controller, right-click on the icon to do so.

Veil controller

Step 3: It offers 2 different options for selecting color filter named, Browse and Random. When you click the random option, a new color is selected randomly which you can apply to your screen. And if you want to choose your own color, then simply click the browse option and select any color you want.

choose color

Step 4: The best part is that you can adjust the color opacity to dim or brighten your screen while using web browser, video player, etc.

change opacity

Step 5: Click the “Go Stealth” button at the bottom of the Veil controller window to hide the settings and icon from the system tray.

Step 6: After you enable stealth mode, you can either disable the color filter from the task manager or by restarting your PC.

My Final Verdict:

ColorVeil is a fun tool for Windows to apply screen color filters while using document viewer, web browser, playing games, etc., or you can simply use it to dim or brighten your screen as required. It’s quite fun, give it a try.

Get “ColorVeil” from here.

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Works With: Windows
Free/Paid: Free

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