Calibrating Your Monitor
In the world of digital imaging, getting the colors on your LCD monitor to match printed output is critical. Most computer users are unaware of the subtle differences of the raw physical image representation and that rendered on a LCD monitor. Fortunately you can solve this problem by using software to calibrate your monitor.
Fiddling with the buttons on your monitor can be a real pain, especially if its subject to change by someone else. Rather than spend hours fussing your monitor's settings, you can save settings through the use of monitor calibration.
Hex2Bit is a free monitor calibration software for PC computers. With this software, you can adjust settings and save them off as a profile. When your computer boots, Windows will load the monitor profile setting that you desire.
This is an ideal solution for people who play video games, especially the virtual world type of games where the rendering maybe too dark. Photographers also will find this useful when attempting to match raw image data output rendered on the screen to printer output.
The program couldn't be any simpler to use. Just follow the Wizard as it asks you to optimize various color settings and brightness levels. After you are satisfied with the results you can save these settings off to a profile that can be loaded whenever Windows runs.
Try it and I am sure you will be much happier to see bright, vivid colors appear on your screen that pleases the eye.