As we know, a few days ago, Microsoft released Windows 11 22H2 for users, although it doesn’t appear to be available for all, users who are trying to update their system can already find this update from the Windows Update page.
Now regarding Windows 11 22H2, Microsoft recently released a new Windows HDR Calibrations application, where this application is tied to the Windows 11 2022 Update.
If you follow the development of this application, actually last February, it was reported that Windows HDR Calibration App Coming to Windows 11where Windows Calibration itself is designed to solve color problems and improve image consistency on devices connected to your PC, and based on other information we have, Microsoft will present this application in the Microsoft Store.
“The Windows HDR Calibration app is coming to Windows PCs soon – you’ll be able to improve color accuracy and consistency on your HDR display. For easier access, you’ll be able to access this app via the Windows settings under System > Display > HDR You may see an early access point in HDR settings in this build, but as the app is not live yet, it will simply lead you here.” Microsoft word
Now time has passed, and with the release of Windows 11 22H2, you can now download the Windows HDR Calibrations App from the Microsoft Store page. following. Where after that, you can also run the application from Settings > System > Display > Use HDR > HDR display calibration.
Even so, for now it seems that this application is only available for you Windows Insider users, besides that, you need to use Windows 11 22H2 with a Monitor that already supports the HDR feature.
But it never hurts to try this new application, comment below guys, are you using an HDR Monitor, maybe you can share your experiences in the comments column below.
Via : Microsoft