InjuredPixels (for Windows)
InjuredPixels can help you check your PC, laptop or tablet screen for dead pixels, scratches or defects.
InjuredPixels can be used to test a new LCD monitor before purchasing, or an already purchased monitor during the warranty period (as you may get a replacement according to the manufacturer's dead pixel policy). InjuredPixels fills the entire screen with a primary or custom color, allowing you to inspect the screen for pixels that do not match the selected color.
The program is easy to use: click or use the arrow keys to cycle through colors or right-click to get the menu with the main commands. InjuredPixels can be run directly without having to install it on your computer: just download the portable version and run.
"As hardware diagnostics applications go, then, InjuredPixels is just about as simple a program as you'll see. But it's also capable, effective and easy to use." (BetaNews)
"If you aren't exactly sure where your pixel problem is, you can use the aptly-titled InjuredPixels. This pixel detector allows you to blank out your screen in multiple colors to test the display." (Digital Trends)
"The interface is pretty slick for a simple dead pixel checker" (Download3K: Excellent)
"Dead pixels can't escape from you now" (Scroll Magazine)
The latest stable version of InjuredPixels can be downloaded from Aurelitec or GitHub Releases. You can download the Installation package, or a fully portable edition that does not require installation. InjuredPixels runs on Windows 10, 8, 7, Vista, and XP.
InjuredPixels for Windows was created in 2009 by Horațiu Tănescu, cofounder of East-Tec and original creator of east-tec Eraser, the privacy solution that quickly and securely covers your online and PC tracks.
InjuredPixels is licensed under the Apache License Version 2.0.