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My color profile in Photoshop CS4 on Windows is always set to "Monitor RGB" when I startup photoshop, which gives me a weird color tone as shown in the screenshot below.

For example, this is how calculator looks like in Photoshop.

I can then go to View > Proof setup > Windows RGB to fix it. However every time I start Photoshop it is again wrong and I have to make this setting over and over again. How can I fix this forever?

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I feel your pain. – John Rudy Nov 30 '09 at 21:14
What happened to your screen shot? – John Rudy Nov 30 '09 at 22:38
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Step 1:

Choose a collection of default settings that best reflect your workflow

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