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Write down your settings

It's a very good idea to write down what you did today.  Exactly what settings you used to achieve your great print match.  That way, you won't have to fumble around when it's time to recalibrate next month.

Regular recalibration

After one month has passed, you’ll get the reminder to recalibrate.

When you launch the software, it will check for updates, and notify you if there’s a newer version of the software available.

Then, go ahead and run the calibration process as normal. Use your settings from last time, run the calibration, make any tiny tweaks it tells you to, then check against your prints to make sure everything is still rosy.  I promise it will be very quick.

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Just calibrated again but using the new software; I hadn't updated it in quite a while.  One thing that I would add, if I am correct from what I just experienced, is that after calibrating go into your system settings and check that the color profiles are indeed assigned to the monitor, or in the case of multiple monitors, that each monitor has the correct profile assignment.

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