Microsoft has added a utility for calibrating HDR displays


The company recently introduced the Windows HDR Calibration utility, designed to calibrate monitors with HDR (High Dynamic Range) support.

Back in February, Microsoft announced that they would be bringing the Xbox HDR Game Calibration feature to Windows. The new application is now available for download in the Microsoft Store.

For calibration, the user is offered three tests that can be applied to detect dark and bright visible details, as well as the maximum brightness of the display. In addition, it is possible to adjust the brightness of colors for HDR and SDR content.

Windows HDR Calibration

Windows HDR Calibration requires a Windows 11 computer and an HDR-capable monitor, as well as a GPU: AMD RX 400 or later, AMD Ryzen with Radeon graphics, Intel 11th generation (Ice Lake) or later, Intel DG1 and newer, NVIDIA GTX 10xx or later.

Installation instructions and detailed requirements can be found on the Microsoft website.

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