FYI – here’s a tip for Internet Explorer users. If you’re seeing the web in Black and White (or Grayscale), it’s probably not a bug. You’re not actually missing color in Internet Explorer. The chances are, it’s a simple Accessibility setting that needs to be unchecked: “Ignore colors specified on webpages.”
You can fix the Internet Explorer Black White Bug by following these steps.
Step 1: Press Alt and then select Tools > Internet Options.
Step 2 is to Click on Accessibility on the bottom right.
Step 3 is to make sure that EVERYTHING is unchecked.
If you follow these options and the problem still isn’t solved, then I recommend you ditch internet explorer and use a browser that is guaranteed not to have a color bug… a browser like Google Chrome will do.