As for that, I am unfortunately colourblind
If you are using Windows 10 help is at hand...as they now have correction filters that are applied at the system level, so they apply to all displays from all programs.
In W10 go to SETTINGS / EASE OF ACCESS / COLOR FILTERS
Turn on COLOR FILTERS.
Tick ALLOW SHORTCUT KEY TO TOGGLE FILTER ON AND OFF. After the toggle is turned on, you can turn the colour filter on and off using the keyboard shortcut WINDOWS KEY + CTL + C. This useful if you are doing photo editing or showing something to someone with normal colour vision.
Next choose DEUTERANOPIA, PROTANOPIA or TRITANOPIA from the dropdown menu. Most people are deuteranopia colour blind, but if you are uncertain do a colour blindness test on-line - there are plenty of free ones.
Now go and enjoy your new colours, turning the filter on and off as you go to admire the results it achieves!
This "fix" is actually part of Microsofts Commitment to Accessibility Program - for which they really must be commended. Read more about here if you are interested...