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Before and after images

At first glance you'd think this screen would be handy, but it's surprisingly useless, so ignore it.


Profile Information

This one is very important.  Take note of the Achieved White Point value, and write it on a piece of paper, along with the name of the colour preset your screen is set to.



If you've been through the calibration process more than once, your list will grow as you calibrate other settings as well (more about this later):


Profile Curves and Volume

This one is a good at-a-glance guide to the quality of your screen.  The straighter the lines on the graph, the better your screen is.

My Dell screen isn't too bad, but the line does get a bit wiggly at the top.


I'm always interested to see these graphs, so I'd love it if you could post a screenshot of yours in the comments below, if you feel like it.


Your calibration is finished.  Now it's time to assess it.

Press "Home":


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