Using the ICC Profile:
Download ICC profile and copy it to this directory: /Library/ColorSync/Profiles. If you don’t have administrative rights on that computer, you can copy it this directory: Users/Library/ColorSync/Profiles.
Download ICC profile and copy it to this directory: C:\Windows\system32\spool\drivers\color. Restart your computer or right click on the profiles and select “Install Profile”.
How to soft proof your images in Photoshop: Open your image in Photoshop. Select View from the menu and then select Proof Set Up and then Custom. A “Customize Proof Condition” dialog will open. Click on the “Device to Simulate” dropdown and select the ICC profile you would like to use. Now make sure you have Preserve RGB Numbers checked and Black Point Compensation unchecked. This allows Photoshop to adjust the images colors as need to provide a proper render of possible output results. You now have Soft Proofing configured. To start up your proofing session use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl/Cmd+Y or use the menu and select View >> Proof Colors.Now here is what is cool about Soft Proofing. You can further edit you image in Photoshop while Soft Proofing. This allows you to temporarily work with your image in a color space simulating your output device. This allows you to perfect your output.