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This PCWorld article discusses a number of methods for calibrating your monitor. It mentions that Windows 7 has some built-in calibration tools (one would assume Windows 8 also does). It also cites a web-based calibration tool at a site called DisplayCalibration.com. And if you're up for spending some money, there are many automated calibration tools available such as Spyder 4 Express, which costs $119.