Your monitor will display color more reliably if you use color management and accurate ICC profiles. Using an ICC monitor profile helps you eliminate any color cast in your monitor, make your monitor grays as neutral as possible, and standardize image display across different monitors.
On Windows, you can use the Adobe Gamma software (installed with Photoshop) to create a monitor profile. On Mac OS, you can use the Apple calibration utility to create a monitor profile. In addition, there are hardware-based utilities that you can use to create a monitor profile. Be sure to use only one calibration utility to display your profile; using multiple utilities can result in incorrect color.
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