The JScreenFix deluxe application monitors the display and calculates an inverse burn image. By displaying the inverse burn image when the computer is not being used, burn-in can be equalised. This will mean that bright and dark patches will not be noticeable and uniform brightness across the whole screen is achieved.
For existing burn-in, JScreenFix deluxe includes a number of repair strategies. By defining a template of where burn-in has occurred, previous burn-in can be equalised. JScreenFix deluxe includes a number of preset templates for equalising common screen burn-in, for example 4:3 burn-in on a 16:9 (widescreen) display. Other strategies include pure white burn (as recommended by Apple) and snow burn, which has proven to be very effective at fixing image persistence on LCD displays.
Some stuck pixels return periodically. JScreenFix deluxe protects against reoccurring stuck pixels by displaying the JScreenFix pixel fixing pattern when you are not using your computer. By defining a template of stuck pixel positions, JScreenFix deluxe can both equalise screen burn-in and fix stuck pixels at the same time.
JScreenFix deluxe runs silently in the system tray and can be configured to repair a display after the mouse has been stationary or between specific times of day.
JScreenFix deluxe supports multiple monitors and works with Windows and Linux computers. Mac compatibility can not be guaranteed at this time.
JScreenFix deluxe is a free trial software application from the Other subcategory, part of the System Utilities category.
The app is currently available in English and it was last updated on 2007-04-01. The program can be installed on Windows.
JScreenFix deluxe (version 1) has a file size of 121.06 KB and is available for download from our website.
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