Check stuck (dead) pixels on LCD monitor"
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If you are using a laptop or your computer is using an LCD monitor, you may see a single or few instances of black spots on the screen. There are times when these spots exist, but because they are very minute, they may not be visible to the naked eye. These spots are called dead or stuck pixels which arise when the RGB subpixels are permanently turned off as a result of malfunctioning of transistors or manufacturer’s defect.

This software makes it possible to analyze an LCD monitor to detect these types of error in the device,

The application is a Portable Executable file which means that it does not require an elaborate installation process. The user can launch the app by downloading it on the computer and launching it or double-click the file from your portable USB drive.

The program interface opens a full-screen window with the available commands that allows the user to perform various tests such as a white, red, blue, or purple test, gradient horizontally, vertical lines, paint lines, black, green, cyan or yellow test, and many others.

All the user is required to do is to launch the test and make a physical observation for dead pixels.

IsMyLcdOK is licensed as freeware for Windows 32 bit and 64 bit operating system without restrictions. It is in system miscellaneous category and is available to all software users as a free download.

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Nenad Hrg
Last Updated On
September 21, 2018
Runs on
Windows 10 / Windows 8 / Windows 7 / Windows Vista / XP
Total downloads
File size
43,46 KB

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