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Are you a graphic artist or do you work with print media or another color-sensitive documents? You want to make sure you have the exact color you need on the screen, and since every monitor is a little different it’s always a good idea to calibrate!
Click Start and in the search box, type “dccw.exe” without quotes. This will bring up the Color Calibration wizard. You’ll need to be prepared to use the buttons on your monitor to properly adjust stuff like brightness and contrast, but the end result in consistency in colors and shade which will benefit anyone who works with photos or other graphics.
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