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Freeware (Free)
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98.5625 KB
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2472
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Windows 7/Vista/XP
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Publisher's Descriptions
InjuredPixels allows you to easily check for dead or defective pixels on LCD monitors. InjuredPixels can be used to test a new LCD monitor before purchasing, or an already purchased monitor during the warranty period. InjuredPixels fills the entire screen with a primary or custom color, allowing you to inspect the screen for pixels that do not match the selected color. The program is easy to use: click or use the arrow keys to cycle through colors or right-click to get the menu with the main commands.

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System Requirements

· .NET Framework 2.0 or above

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