How to Color Calibration Your Monitor

Does your monitor look a bit weird? The colors that come out look vague, is too bright or too dim? Or maybe some colors that do not look significant color? Maybe it’s time for you to calibrate your monitor.

There are several ways to calibrate colors on a monitor.

You can use your vision for those of you who are very concentrated and know very well about the color, or can use a tool called Colorimeter. This tool is specially designed to calibrate the color of the monitor so that the monitors we use can emit the appropriate colors properly.

But in this article, we will not talk about Colorimeter, we will discuss how to calibrate colors on the monitor manually.

To calibrate the colors on your monitor, there are several steps that must be done:

Turn on your device.

Let your device turn on for 30 minutes or more. It is important to do so that your device or monitor radiates its color to the fullest.

Set your monitor resolution to its maximum.

Use the buttons available on your monitor.

Please set and adjust the brightness, contrast and color balancing based on the buttons available on your monitor.

To simplify the settings, open an image that you recognize and arrange until you really feel the color displayed by the monitor exactly the color you want.

The above stages are the calibration stage on a desktop monitor or PC. Then how do I calibrate on a screen that does not have a setting button? Or how to calibrate the windows laptop screen and mas os? Here are some tips you can do.


1. Open Control Panel,

To calibrate the screen in Windows, you must first open the control panel and type “Calibrate” in the search box. If the search is complete, then you can choose “Calibrate Display Color”

2. Color Settings

Previously windows will provide tips before you start the calibration process. The next window will appear in gamma settings, in this setting, windows will give you tips so you can calibrate your screen properly, follow the instructions.

Once the gamma setting is complete, then you can proceed to the “brightness and contrast” setting.

Similar to gamma settings, in any brightness and contrast settings you will be directed by windows, if you are ready, click the Next button to start the next color calibration step. This will continue to occur until the main color calibration stage.


To calibrate a Mac, you can go to System Preferences> View, then click on the Color tab of that window. Next, click Calibrate button, next Display Calibrator Assistant will appear. Display Calibrator Assistant This will guide you to calibrate your Macintosh screen.

Before you hit “Continue” button, you will be given the option to click on extras option (Expert Mode). If you continue without clicking the extra option, then the screen calibration process will appear but with very simple options and settings.

Different story if you check the extra option, it will appear more stout option to calibrate the color on your screen Macintosh. The options that will appear is as in the picture below

In this calibration setting menu, will be able to adjust the coloring based on desire or until you find a comfortable point according to your eyes. If you want to save the settings of this screen, click “Continue” to save the changes you have set earlier.



Color settings or calibration on the screen will not be too often used by you. But please note, if you sometimes feel your monitor screen is less comfortable, then that’s one sign of the tone must calibrate the screen of your laptop or desktop monitor.

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