I have a new monitor (DELL UP2716D) and can operate it in the Adobe RGB color space. If I understood it right, it will allow me to see a wider range of colors since the Adobe RGB color space is Greater than the sRGB color space.
Obviously the image must be converted to the proper colorspace. But, how will the monitor behave in the entire rest of the OS? The os is designed to work with normal monitors, do i have to tell the system somehow that I want to use the monitor in Adobe RGB color space? i noticed that if I enable Adobe RGB on the monitor some colors look crazy.. In particular the reds look over saturated. If i open a normal sRGB jpg in the Windows photo viewer, will the colors be correct or will they be messed up due to the monitor profile? what is the PROPER procedure to work with an adobe RGB monitor in Windows?