It is recommended to calibrate the screen at least once every six months, but a good habit is once a month.
Calibrating or calibrating your monitor is essential to create a neutral white color without color shift.
It is important that the other colors are as accurate as possible to the lighting conditions in which you are working.
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SCREEN CALIBRATION ON WINDOWS
1. In Windows, go to Start and open Control Panel.
2. Under Display, find Calibrate or Calibrate Display Colors.
3. A new Display Color Calibration Tool window will open, guiding you through the basic settings: gamma, brightness and contrast, and color balance.
SCREEN CALIBRATION ON MAC IOS
1. On your Mac, select the Apple menu (the apple icon at the top left) and then System Preferences.
2. Click on Displays and select Color and open the color pane where you click on Calibrate or Calibrate Monitor.
3. The Display Calibration Wizard guides you through adjusting the display and then creates a calibrated color profile.
Click on Apple Icon
Choose Display Profile
Follow the instruction ...
Finish the calibration.