PixelHealer is a completely free pixel repair tool to allow users to identify the dead, stuck or hot pixels and repair them easily. The software is very straightforward and simple to use. It comes with a attractive looking interface and color window that is placed on the dead pixels to repair them. Most of the task is done automatically and users just have to place the color window, start and stop it.
This pixel repair software is one of the very limited software that perform such function. This system utilities software improves your desktop experience and is also very lightweight. You do not have to install it on your system. Just download it and run it directly without wasting any time. You can get this pixel repair tool from the link given at the end of the article.
How To Use This Pixel Repair Tool?
PixelHealer is a very simple and straightforward software and there is nothing in it that users have to do manually, apart from some settings. The main task is done automatically and users have to just start and stop it.
But, before you start repairing the pixels, it is important to know whether any dead pixels exist on your screen or not. Secondly, if they do exist, where exactly on the desktop do they exist? Thus, to answer these question users have to first use another software called InjuredPixels. This software helps in identifying dead or defective pixels on the screen.
Once you have identified the dead, stuck or hot pixels, using the above mentioned software, the task of this pixel repair tool begins. You have to run the tool and a settings window opens up along with the color window. In the settings window, you can adjust the size, position of the color window and do other minor settings.
The color window is the main tool that repairs the defected pixels. You have to place that color window where the dead pixels on the screen exist and click on the start flashing button in the settings window. As you click that button, different colors start flashing in that portion of the screen. You just have to let the software perform its task and wait for some time before you stop the flashing. The dead pixels on the screen will be cleared and you can cross check it by using InjuredPixels again.
The settings window allows you to select the colors that will appear while flashing is On. It also allows you to set a time after which the flashing will automatically stop.
Features Of PixelHealer
- Simple to use
- Set size for color window
- Set position for color window
- Select colors from a list
- Manually start/stop flashing
- Set time to close flashing automatically
It is a good pixel repair tool with some helpful features. But, I am not completely confident about the efficiency of the software as there were no dead pixels on my screen. Other then that, I also feel that a time limit should be specified after which the flashing has to be stopped. With no specific time mentioned, there can be a little confusion as to how much time will the software take to repair the pixel. Moreover, even if the software fails to work, users might still think that they did not continue flashing for long enough and that is why the dead pixels were not erased from their screen.
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