Graphic designers, web-designers and photographers need to be very particular about the color profiles. Color management plays a crucial role in testing the rendering of colors on the web-page. In this regard browsers capability to manage the colors is pivotal. While Firefox provides the extensions and about:config tweaks for enabling color management, Google Chrome does not seem to provide color management as a feature. To enable the color management in Google Chrome, you need to add the switch to the Google Chrome launcher itself.
- Right-click Google Chrome desktop shortcut and select Properties.
- Append ––enable-monitor-profile to the path in the Target field and click OK.
- Make sure you use the Google Chrome shortcut to launch the browser.
Note: Add the switch to Google Chrome launcher only if you are using a custom color profile on your display device.
Read more about color management here.