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Kgamma is an available GUI, however, I have never used it. There may also be some color corrction and other tools available for your specific video card under Linux... do some searching, if it's available it should not be hard to find...
What do you mean by "colour adjustment"?
What is it about the colours you want to adjust?
What is it about the screen colours you have now that you want to change?
Did you try KGamma as suggested in the other posts?
There are many many ways of adjusting the colours viewed on your screen.
The windows only app was likely some sort of non-standard driver for you monitor - have you tried the manufacturers website to see if there is a linux version?
What is your monitor anyway? (Samsung make a wide range...)
What is your video card?
Are these correctly identified by FC4?
Are the correct/best modules for them loaded?
What have you tried in your personal attempts to get this the way you want and what happened.