|Op. System:||Windows Vista/2003/XP/2000|
|File size:||116 KB|
Publisher description for Pixel Exerciser
Pixel Exerciser can fix stuck pixels on your LCD screen by rapidly and repeatedly change the color input to the stuck pixel. The Pixel Exerciser includes a fullScreen feature for identifying stuck or Dead pixels by changing the color of the background to either black or white, making it easy to SPOT faulty pixels. When started, the form will cycle its background color between red, green and blue. The rate between the color cycles can be defined by the user to match the monitors maximal or Minimal Update Rate. The application's main form is fully sizeable, down to the size of a single pixel. The Pixel Exerciser application also features a built-in guide for getting started. knas Pixel Exerciser is a lightweight utility consisting of only a single executable file, making it suitable for a memory stick. Note! This application does not fix dead pixels. Dead pixels are... well, dead! There is nothing but physical replacement that can fix a dead pixel. Stuck pixels are however often referred to as "dead pixels", so if you are not sure if your faulty pixel is dead or just stuck, try this application and come to your own conclusion.