Still I have stuck in this window 10 When I press <Windows key> + <ESC> my window goe blue screen and message appear that you need to restart your PC.
The Windows 10 Magnifier can give you a “dark” theme by converting light themes. The Windows 10 Magnifier has a color inversion mode that converts blinding white windows with black text into relaxing black windows with white text. It’s easy to set up, doesn’t require any downloads, and doesn’t require any risky Registry editing that might get overwritten by the next Windows 10 upgrade. Once you set it up, the Magnifier keyboard shortcuts will turn it on and off.
To set it up, go to ‘Start’ and open ‘Settings’, then select ‘Ease of Access’. Select ‘Magnifier’, and set the ‘Magnifier’, ‘Invert Colors’, and both tracking switches to ON. Set the ‘Start Magnifier Automatically’ switch to OFF. Then start the Magnifier, and set it to 100% & full-screen view. This gives you a color-inverted view, and, since most applications provide a white work area and black text, you’ll get a black work area with white text. Of course, wallpaper, JPEGs, and other colored objects will look a little strange, but you’ll get used to that in a hurry if you’re writing documents, using spreadsheets, or dealing with websites that are predominantly black text on white background. If the color inversion is getting in the way because you’re dealing with graphics, just turn it off by using a Magnifier shortcut (<Windows key> + <ESC>.
If you’re using this color-inversion tool, pick an abstract wallpaper design or an architectural design with shades of gray. An idyllic outdoor scene can be distracting when it turns into magenta trees on yellow grass.