When you need a color printout, it’s nice when the colors on paper look the same as those on your screen. Most of the time, however, that’s not the case. Fortunately, there’s a quick trick you can use to get MUCH better print colors – and it only takes a few seconds!
Most of the time, however, that’s not the case.
Fortunately, there’s a quick cheat you can use to get MUCH better print colors…
And it only takes a few seconds!
If you’re like most internauts these days, you use Google’s Chrome web browser.
You may have noticed that after a certain update, Chrome started displaying colors incorrectly.
The change can be subtle, like with bright blues and purples appearing slightly “off”.
Things can also appear totally wonky, and your whole browser window can be tinted red, for example.
Fortunately, this is a known problem and there’s a very easy way to fix it!
It turns out that much of this hoopla is quite often mostly just marketing.
In fact, some displays from certain fruity computer manufacturers in the past were actually technically inferior, yet they still looked really good!
How did they do it?
Easy! The displays were fine-tuned – calibrated, if you will.
Lucky for you, it’s a piece of cake to calibrate your puter’s display yourself.