Category: Monitor and Video Card
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 134 KB
Operating System: Windows 2003, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows ME, Windows 98, Windows 95, Windows NT 4.0
Latest Version / Release Date: 1.0.0 / 18 Oct 2000
The Princeton APP560 device is a 15” LCD monitor display with a maximum display resolution of 1024 X 768. This LCD monitor is perfect for use in desktop publishing, hospitals, homes, schools and offices. The driver version for this monitor contains an .inf or information file and ICM API. Technologies used for color management and implemented in Windows operating systems aid users in consistently recreating accurate colors across display monitors, printers, cameras, applications and scanners. ICM or Windows Image Color Management is the API (application programming interface) that applications utilize for taking advantage of color management functionalities in Windows platforms. Windows platforms have complete support for color profiles that are fully compliant with the File Format ICC.1:1998-09 for color profiles for supporting consistent and accurate color control. However, to attain the consistency of colors, color processes should be managed with considerations regarding predictable and transparent color reproduction, workflow, and compatibility.
Unless you update your drivers regularly you may face hardware performance issues.
To check your drivers you should manually verify every device on your system for driver updates
The color process should ensure compatibility between various out and input devices, commercial publishing systems, and imaging and publishing software applications. Traditionally, the publishing sector makes use of proprietary color systems that require every component to be calibrated and designed to function together. This generally translates to imposing restrictions that are not workable in a PC based, heterogeneous and open computing environment. With regards to workflow, the color process should guarantee continuous workflow starting from the input all through the display and to the output devices without having to carry out color correction or image conversion. The consistency of color should likewise be automatically preserved by the operating system, the hardware and the applications involved in color processing. Color consistency should also be preserved across various software applications used for distribution, proofing, composition, editing and scanning. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Princeton APP560 errors before installing any driver updates.