Monitor Test Screens 1.5
Monitor Test Screens test your monitor for sharpness, moire, geometry, convergence, high voltage supply stability and brightness
The app has a simple interface that should be easy to figure out, thanks to the intuitive layout.
The program’s main frame includes color gradients, as well as other geometrical shapes that are designed to help you assess the monitor’s crispness.
There are several tests that can be launched with this app. For instance, it can calculate the screen’s maximum resolution and perform a few tests, such as moiré, convergence, brightness, high voltage supply stability, color quality and color scales.
Some of the tests have sub-modes where the image changes at every two seconds, while others maintain the same image until you decide to exit the screen.
Each of these can be launched with the help of the F buttons on the keyboard. It’s possible to exit the tests at any time by simply pressing the Escape button.
If the monitor on your computer is in perfect working order, then you should be able to easily distinguish each color on the screen and the different shades that appear, depending on the running tests.
The bottom line is that Monitor test Screens is a great little program that can be of great service. Less experienced users should find it easy to handle thanks to its overall simplicity.
Reviewed by Gabriela Vatu, last updated on March 13th, 2013
Monitor Test Screens
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Application descriptionMonitor Test Screens represents eight different testmodes, some with submodes, test your monitor for sharpness, moire,...