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6 Free Online Tools To Help Calibrate Your Monitor

6 Free Online Tools To Help Calibrate Your Monitor - Here are seven sites that offer free tools to help you calibrate your monitor correctly.

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If you're looking for some free tools to help keep your monitor calibrated correctly, have a look at this list of 6 sites that offer advice and tools for free that'll help you with your calibration. 

1. DisplayCalibration.com

This site offers a basic aid for display / monitor calibration, care and maintenance. Instructions are provided on the first page then you simply work your way through the various tools supplied. 

Display Calibration

2. PhotoFriday.com

This site features a set of grayscale tones as well as shapes that feature tones at either end of the grayscale range. As the site says: 'Try it and see'. Just follow the instructions and have a look at the results after all, it's free! 

Photo Friday

3. Vanity.DK & FlatPanels.DK

This site features a test screen that shows various shades of grey and will help you see how well your monitor can differentiate close shades. 

Greyscale test

4. Lagom.nl

The Lagom LCD monitor test pages feature several images that you can use to easily adjust your monitor's settings to improve its picture quality. There also tests provided to help judge the overall image quality of a monitor.  


5. DryCreekPhoto.com

This site features a simple test to check to see if your monitor's black point is set correctly and to also find the minimum shadow level it can display. 

Dry Creek


6. w4zt.com 

This site features serval quick checks that you can perform with the images provided. This includes colour, greyscale and gamma adjustments. 


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