Phillips 17ACM38

Category: Monitor and Video Card
Manufacturer: Phillips
Caution Level: Intermediate
Download File Size: 10.4 KB
Operating System: Windows 95/98/98SE/2000/ME/NT4/Vista
Latest Version / Release Date: Not specified / Not specified

Windows device driver information for Phillips 17ACM38

Phillips 17ACM38 is a monitor manufactured by Phillips. Monitors are also referred to as display screens or as computer screens. This is that part of the computer which displays the interface of the computer. Through the monitor, the user can open computer programs and view them. The user will be able to interact with the computer by using a keyboard or a mouse. The earlier versions of the computer utilized the Cathode Ray Tube technology. These monitors would serve users well for a while but they had several disadvantages, particularly their bulky deign which meant that they occupied a lot of space and could not be moved around easily. For this reason other monitors were manufactured through use of LCD (liquid crystal display) technology. The LCD monitors, more popularly referred to as flat screen displays, have replaced CRT monitors over time.

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Many users of computers prefer to have LCD monitors because of their less bulky nature which makes them portable. Also, their size means that they occupy less space on the disk and for this reason the desk space is freed up for other uses. The most quoted advantages of the LCD monitors is that they are smaller in size and lighter in weight which makes it possible for users to have larger computer screens. Also, LCD monitors are not likely to induce eye fatigue among their users unlike CRT monitors whose continuous light barrage and along with scan lines tended to induce eye strain among their users. However, LCD monitors also have their disadvantages. One of them is a fixed resolution which essentially means that they produce fuzzy images when operating in another resolution other than their native resolution. Also, they have a low response time compared to CRT monitors. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Phillips 17ACM38 errors before installing any driver updates.