Right, the screenshot you're showing shows up perfectly fine for me, meaning your monitor must be the problem.
Either try updating your Drivers, or give the following a try:
Code:1- Click on START and choose CONTROL PANEL. 2- Choose and click DISPLAY. 3- Choose SETTINGS on the Display's Interface and then ADVANCED. 4- On the Advance's Interface choose COLOR MANAGEMENT's tab. 5- On the Color Management's Interface click on ADD. You will see a listing of Color Profiles. 6- Choose the one most appropriate with the trade mark of your Monitor and or Graphics Card. You may choose several Color Profile and make one the Default setting.