Most Dell monitors are incorrect calibrated out of the box. Many display colours either too dark or too light; this could be a problem if you want what your printouts to match what's on the screen exactly. Tweak your monitor to adequately reflect the true colours of what you are viewing using a monitor calibration program. These programs can adjust the tint, hue and brightness of your monitor for you.
Monitor Calibration Wizard 1.0
Monitor Calibration Wizard is a free program that allows you to correct the colour of your monitor. The program features a nine-point calibration curve. The Monitor Calibration Wizard provides you with step-by-step instructions on how to calibrate your monitor. You can calibrate an unlimited number of monitors using this program, and give each monitor its own custom profile which loads when you start your computer. The program also allows you to override software programs that change the colour of your monitor. This program is compatible with the Windows operating system.
ColorWizzard allows you to calibrate the colour and brightness of your monitor and match the display to your printer. Other features include the ability to apply colour corrections to LCD monitors and the ability to give each monitor its own International Color Consortium (ICC) profile, which provides information about the monitor's input and output colours. There is a fee to use this program; it is compatible with Windows 98, 2000, 2003, ME and XP.
Lutcurve allows you to calibrate both LCD and CRT monitors. It can adjust the colour, white point (how white is defined in an image) and brightness of the monitor. The program's wizard provides you with step-by-step instructions on how to calibrate the colour of your monitor. Atrise Lutcurve program can also set the same display settings on multiple monitors. This program is compatible with Windows 2000, XP, Vista and 7. A free trial version is available for download; the full version must be purchased.
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