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Calibrate Colors of your Monitor in three easy steps

Calibrize helps you to calibrate the colors of your monitor in three simple steps. After finishing this process your system will have a reliable color profile and the monitor will be automatically be adjusted accordingly.

Just download the software and follow the procedure to generate a reliable color 'profile' to maintains color fidelity throughout the system.

The first step is adjusting the contrast and brightness control, then the gamma settings, next is saving the settings. Your settings will be saved and load automatically each times the computer start up.

Features: Works quickly, easily and reliably, even if you don't know the first thing about screen calibration, Works for CRT monitors, (flat) LCD monitors and even beamers, Reads out the color data (EDID) from your monitor, Produces an ICC monitor profile, Loads a set of adjusted values into the lookup table (LUT) of your video card

Calibrize is a free application (adware) and required an internet connection to operate it. Calibrize can run on any Windows XP or Vista computer. More information / Download


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