Originally Posted by Rakeesh
Just wanted to point out that the monitor calibration tool in windows 7 isn't terribly accurate when it comes to gamma calibration. The little dot test method it uses is too subjective (no matter where I put the slider, I always ended up with some kind of a dot in the middle - the software leaves it up to you to guess how big or small that dot should be.)
I thought the same thing about the monitor calibration tool in Windows 7. I am glad that I am not the only one who is confused about this, I was thinking that I simply didn't understand what I was doing. I appreciate the links, I think this will be very helpful to me as I attempt to accurately calibrate my monitor. While we're talking about monitors, I was wondering where would be a good place to buy a new monitor? Should I check out hhgregg
? Thank you.