Image Color Management

An image displayed on a computer monitor often appears differently when it is printed on a color printer. In recognition of this problem, Windows 2000 and later incorporates Image Color Management (ICM) to perform color correction on images so that their appearance is consistent across a variety of output devices.

To find out more about Image Color Management and a particular class of output device, follow the appropriate link:

Color Management for Displays

Color Management for Printers

Color Management for Still Image Devices

For a general discussion about Image Color Management, see the Microsoft Windows SDK documentation.

 

 

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