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    Dual monitor calibration on windows

    I had added an additional monitor on my windows xp pc to play a wide screen game. The monitor is installed successfully but the issue is that I had found there is tons of ir-regular settings on the monitor brightness and contrast. How to calibrate Dual monitor on windows. What software is needed for the same purpose. And the last thing I need to know is can I send mail from an other monitor which I am playing game.

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    Re: Dual monitor calibration on windows

    It will be preferably for calibration of the monitor all the monitors be supposed to have the similar brightness, contrast and the temperature of the color. You can calibrate the monitor in three ways. The first way is in this you have to control the monitor. If you are having three to four monitor the it should be commended to automatically adjust the brightness and contrast; in a very less cases you are also allowed to adjust the colors. You can have a right of entry of the controls through buttons on the monitor or an on-screen menu.

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    Re: Dual monitor calibration on windows

    You can also do that by Using monitor calibration characteristics of the display driver. Good number display drivers presented by the card or chipset manufacturer who will allow you to adjust brightness, contrast and color. For regulating those settings, you have to first open the display properties, then after you have to go to the monitor's advanced settings and you have to view for a correctly named tab.

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    Re: Dual monitor calibration on windows

    There are sine software which can help you to calibrate your dual monitor. There are several tools available for monitor calibration, one that is readily available for download is PowerStrip. The advantage of a tool like this is that you can adjust all monitors from a single location, and you can create different monitor profiles, for example a brighter one for use at day, and a second for use at night.

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    Re: Dual monitor calibration on windows

    For solid and repeatable results, a color meter (a tool to measure the display characteristics of a monitor) is recommended. The following packages include a color meter and calibration software: Spyder, ColorBlind Prove It!.If you do not have a color meter, you can use a color chart to help with calibrating the monitors. See Star Systems' web page on color calibration for various charts and additional information on the topic.

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    Re: Dual monitor calibration on windows

    This reverberation a great in theory, but fundamentally does not work better. For this you have to use the e mail and the other agenda on the other monitor, you will have to turn out away from the game. Good number of games will diminish and pause when you do this. And second is that if your other monitor is to the right of the most important monitor, there's another difficulty: if the game modify the display declaration, the submission on the second monitor will be stimulated partly off the monitor.

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