According to Panopticlick, the most unique thing about my browser is my screen size and colour depth – what can I do about this?

Around one in 10,000 browsers have the same screen size and colour depth as mine does, as opposed to the one in 1–20 browsers for the other values. How can I make my screen size and colour depth less unique and therefore protect against fingerprinting better?

Canvasblocker might help

I don’t know about colour depth, but on Firefox you can create a new boolean in about:config named privacy.resistFingerprinting.letterboxing with value true to enable the same protection as Tor Browser uses.

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you can use addons to play in your screen size numbers, not sure about color depth tho