Dead Pixel Buddy

October 12th, 2020 - Free - 100% Safe
(11 votes, average: 2.82 out of 5)
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There are always some applications that are best described as ingenious in their approach to a problem. Dead Pixel Buddy aims at pointing out the simple fault in the plasma and LCD screens that a particular pixel is faulty. It is the simplicity of approach to finding the malfunctioning pixel that is to be noted here.

The background color change to the more in-depth and contrasting shades ensures that any defective pixel would stand out by its darker shadows. This straightforward approach does save time, which the machine would have taken up if referred to the repair shop. If there is a strong point of the application here, then it is the simplicity of identifying the faulty pixel.

With the little requirement for any additional software tools or hardware of any kind, the Dead Pixel Buddy can be put to use practically anywhere. Even while on the move or traveling. Thus the individual can be assured of a quick service from any location.

The strong point of the software is that it can be deployed with little technical ability and this alone will prove a winner in the final reckoning.

The change of color can more than pick up the dead pixel, even to the naked eye. The rather innovative thinking cannot be compared to anything else put to use in similar situations in the near past.

It would be very wrong to assume that the Dead Pixel Buddy is the end of the road to detect the dead pixel. Future developments would require the picking up of the malfunctioning pixel much before it reaches the critical stage.

Dead pixels are a real issue for those working in image processing and are related fields. To have such a convenient system to detect the defective pixel as the Dead Pixel Buddy ensures peace of mind.

Technical details

Latest version:
1.1
File name:
DPB.zip
MD5 checksum:
CB07005988B138184A6F02F7322B0E90
File size:
26.04 KB
License:
Free
Supported OS
Windows 10 / Windows 8 / Windows 7
Author:
DBP

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