Switch between different color profiles for your display in the Color pane of Displays System Preferences.
Note: Some options described here appear only when your Mac is connected to a display.
To open this pane, choose Apple menu > System Preferences, click Displays, then click Color.
Select a display profile in the list to use for your display.
After selecting a display profile, you can:
Click Calibrate to calibrate your display and create a custom profile that accounts for your current light conditions, and the position and angle of the display.
Show profiles for this display only
Show only the profiles that can be applied to the display on which you’re viewing Displays preferences.
Use AirPlay Mirroring to wirelessly send what’s on your Mac to another display.
Show mirroring options in the menu bar when available
Show devices available for AirPlay Mirroring in the menu bar.
Moves all open Displays preferences windows to the display where this button is. This button appears only if more than one display is connected to your Mac.