Aan Zaksa recently wrote an article in Indonesian for Nesaba Media, a digital news site that focuses on giving up-to-date tech news and how-tos, about our InjuredPixels app.
Before buying a PC monitor, whether it’s used or new, it’s a good idea to check the condition of the monitor first. Apart from turning on the monitor in the store, also run InjuredPixels.
InjuredPixels is a tool that allows users to check the condition of their monitor’s pixels by searching for dead, damaged, or stuck pixels that can affect color accuracy. The app is free and open source and can be used with Windows 7, 8, 10, and 11.
The article explains that InjuredPixels is a lightweight app that is easy to download and use. It has a black screen by default, which makes it easier to spot broken pixels. Users can also choose from six test colors or make their own custom test color. The writer points out that users may notice their monitor screen suddenly turning black when they run InjuredPixels. But he tells readers that this is a normal part of the app and that they shouldn’t worry about it because the app’s menu will appear after a few seconds and all other software will still be operating as usual.
Overall, the article provides a comprehensive overview of InjuredPixels, its features, and its benefits. It highlights the app’s usefulness in identifying damaged pixels on a monitor and how its lightweight size, color options, and portable version make it stand out among other monitor testing software. As a conclusion, Aan Zaksa writes that “its file size, speed, ease of use, and portability are advantages that not every monitor checking software has.”