Try to fix dead pixels by yourself, before running back to the store. On LCD or TFT screens, desktop monitors, laptops or tablets.
PixelHealer can be resized to work on a very small area around the dead pixel. The Settings window is very intuitive. It doesn't have to stay open for PixelHealer to work. PixelHealer does not clutter your taskbar. It has a small icon in the notification area.
Based On Experiments
PixelHealer uses the already tested concept that flashing RGB colors over a dead or stuck pixel will revive it.
Easy To Use
Use the mouse to move or resize the flashing window, or the intuitive settings to change the flashing colors or interval.
Flashing colors can trigger epilepsy attacks. Make sure you don't stare at the PixelHealer flashing window
- Step 1: Detect
- Use our own free InjuredPixels portable app to check your screen or tablet for dead, stuck or hot pixels.
- Step 2: Start Fixing
- Download and run PixelHealer without installation, cover the dead pixel with the color window, and click Start Flashing.
- Step 3: Wait & Check
- Let the flashing window run for a while, than check to see if the dead pixel has been fixed or revived. Repeat if necessary.
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