How often do I need to calibrate my monitor?

The answer will depend on how critical a color accuracy is necessary, how long the monitor is used per day, environmental conditions and the characteristics of each individual monitor. Some users working in highly critical color applications may calibrate their displays every couple of days. Others may only need to do it once a month. The recommended and default re-calibration period is every 2 weeks. The Validate Calibration feature can always be used to verify the display’s white point and Intensity and determine if the monitor needs to be re-calibrated. Always remember to allow the monitor sufficient time to warm up and reach optimum color performance before performing any color critical work or calibrating the display.

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