QuickGamma allows you to set the gamma correction for your monitor on the fly to match the recommended Windows gamma of 2.2. In fact you should run QuickGamma on every Windows startup after the monitor has warmed up (15 to 30 minutes) and whenever the ambient light conditions have changed.
Once you have found the optimum gamma correction for your monitor at the usual ambient light conditions, you should save the gamma correction setting as default for the QuickGammaLoader utility. This default gamma correction setting can be restored automatically at each Windows startup by QuickGammaLoader.
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