JScreenFix acts on each colour component independently and un-coordinatedly, by random on-off cycles at up to 60/tps, so pixels are repaired via resonance and reiteration. The process takes less than 20 minutes, is very much effective and not too demanding on the screen's power supply circuitry. The final outcome is an increase in contrast and normalisation of colour levels in plasma and LCD screens.
JScreenFix has several different versions available for LCD, TV and more, but it does not work on CRT screens. JScreenFix is free, and by the by viewing the screen while running JScreenFix is not recommended.
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