LCD displays are much batter replacement of CTR monitors.
But sometime you may face image persistence or stuck pixels problems.
To solve image persistence problem in LCD monitors, we use LCD conditioning technique.
Here we will talk about what is LCD conditioning and how to do it.
Image persistence occurs on an LCD monitor when a brighter image is get displayed for a long time.
In the image persistence problem, a part of the monitor keeps displaying an unexpected color.
What Is LCD Conditioning?
Using LCD conditioning technique, we can get rid of image persistence problem.
In LCD Conditioning process, we display different kinds of colors on our LCD monitors for a certain period.
It breaks the consistent polarity of LCD pixels and they get their normal form again.
LCD Conditioning for Dell monitors
In today’s market, most of the Dell manufactured computers comes with built-in LCD conditioning program.
So, now you don’t have to do LCD conditioning by manually.
Just go to your Dell monitor Display settings & Others & LCD Conditioning.
LCD Conditioning for Other Monitors
If your LCD monitors don’t have built-in LCD Condition program, then you have to do it in another way.
You can do it manually by displaying several colors on your monitor screen or download an LCD Conditioning software.
How Long Does LCD Conditioning Take to Complete?
LCD conditioning helps to minor cases of image retention.
Time requirement depends on the degree of image retention.
And conditioning will not time out until you press the monitor button to stop it.
There will be nothing wrong with your monitor.
How long does LCD conditioning take on Dell monitor?
I tested on several Dell monitors.
None of them had a timeout for LCD Conditioning.
I had to press a monitor button to stop it.
Last world: LCD Conditioning
LCD monitor doesn’t get burn-in as easily as CRT monitors.
But it’s better to use LCD conditioning technique if your face image persistence or stuck pixels problem.
However, we will suggest you, switch to LCD monitors if you are in using CRT monitors.