Whenever you purchase a new monitor or change or update your operating system, you should always consider calibrating the displays to show you the correct color and temperature. A lot of the time you will notice a difference between your desktop computer and your laptop. But you simply need to calibrate both and it would show the same image.
With windows 7 and 8, simply click on the “Windows” key (next to control and Alt) on your keyboard, and type : Calibrate Display Color
After selecting Calibrate Display Color, you will run the Color Calibration Application :
Start the Calibration Application by clicking on Next, and Run through the Calibration Tests provided choosing the Appropriate Calibration method.
Make sure to click on Next after Each step.
At the you can see the difference between the two calibrations and compare, you also get the option to start the ClearType Tuner, which will make text appear clearer on your display :
Here we started the Clear Text Tuner App :
Starts out by setting your display to the native resolution, and then work through selecting the best text on your screen, and voila – > you now have a calibrated display!!
Please do let me know if you have any questions regarding this small tutorial 😀