Color-Coded Levels of Risk
A color coded warning system is used to alert users about the risk of unwanted impact on an operating system in case of incorrect use of a feature.
Green - Low Risk
In most cases, the setting can be applied without fear. Even an incorrectly selected setting will not lead to fundamental undesirable changes in a system.
Yellow - Moderate Risk
The choice depends on the specific case. The use of the feature should be based on a firm understanding by the user of his actions.
Red - High Risk
The feature is not recommended for most users, unless the user knows exactly what he is doing.