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A bug in Windows 10 May 2019 Update (version 1903) might be distorting graphics or representing color improperly on some monitors. If the graphics or images are distorted or messed up in some way on your device, it might be because of the Windows 10 version 1903 update. According to various reports, Windows 10 version 1903 has a compatibility issue with certain GPU where ICC profiles may not work properly for users. The result is poor image quality and abnormal gradient graphics with faint vertical lines at regular intervals. The bug also renders tones when a color profile is loaded, or when the Calibration Loader task is invoked. The color distortion issue has been confirmed by several Windows 10 users in Reddit and other forums, including Nvidia forums. In a support document, display and monitor manufacturer Eizo has confirmed that the bug is also hitting their displays and monitors after the May 2019 Update. The calibration device manufacturer DisplayCal has also confirmed the color distortion after Microsoft’s latest feature update. According to DisplayCal, Calibration loading may stop working in Windows 10 version 1903. The bug affects both the Windows-internal calibration loader and 3rd party calibration loaders. Fortunately, Microsoft appears to have deployed a fix with Windows 10 KB4501375 (Build 18362.207). Installing Windows 10 Build 18362.207 could help users resolve the color distortion problem. “Addresses an issue that may cause Night light, Color Management profiles, or gamma correction to stop working after shutting down a device,” the changelog reads. For tips on a possible workaround stop by OUR FORUM.