I usually do my works in Photoshop in an Asus notebook. The problem that I'm having is that whenever I save a picture in CMYK format it looks fine everywhere I try to visualize it in my Asus, but when I try to print it or when I transfer it to other devices like my mobile or other computers, it gets oversaturated.
This is the image as I see it on my Asus.
And this is how I see it when I transfer to other devices or when I print it.
I know there are a lot of differences between colour schemes in CMYK and in RGB (as supposed in a screen), but at least in Photoshop I should see the image exactly how it would look like when printed, otherwise designing in CMYK would be useless. I have looked through questions like this How can I make sure that my on-screen colors are consistent? but none of the solutions given fully solved my problem (my notebook screen isn't provided with settings as to calibrate it so finely). Should I look at my graphics card configuration? Should I update my graphics card driver? Should I change my graphics board? Should I throw my notebook away and buy a new one?