Defpix crack/keygen


Download Defpix Crack+Keygen

Updated Nov 19th 2016
Rating 4.7
926 4.7
Crack Size 2 KB
Downloads 9472
Systems Windows All
Category desktop-enhancements

Defpix is a tiny software utility whose purpose is to aid people in testing their LCD screen for hot, dead or stuck pixels, with support for multi-screen environments.

The installation process is not necessary, as this tool is portable. This means that, unlike installers, it is not going to add new items to the Windows registry and hard drive without your approval, and no leftovers will remain behind after its removal.

You should also know that you can run Defpix on any computer you come in contact with, if you copy the program files to a USB thumb drive, or other similar removable storage unit, and just click the executable to launch it.

The interface you are greeted by can only be described as plain and simple, as it only comprises a few buttons and some very short explanations. All types of users can learn how to handle it without facing any kind of issues, including those with little or no previous experience with the IT world.

In order to launch the test, you just have to click the “Start testing” button. A series of colors is going to be displayed on your monitor(s), namely red, green, blue, white and black, so as to help you detect all hot, dead or stuck pixels with a lot more ease.

Regardless of the process under way, the amount of resources required is going to remain low and therefore, the system’s performance is not going to be hampered in any way. All jobs are performed in a timely manner, the interface is highly intuitive and no crashes or hangs have been detected in our tests.

Defpix reviews

20 February 2018, Noemi wrote:

salamat sa inyo para sa serial Defpix

05 April 2018, joao vitor wrote:

спасибо за серийник для Defpix

13 March 2019, Federica wrote:

salamat sa inyo para sa keygen Defpix

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