Calibrate your screen colours
The colours you actually see on your screen can vary depending on your monitor
graphics cards settings, lighting and more, yet most people use the same default
Windows colour profile. And that means a digital photo that looks perfect on your
screen might appear very poor on everybody else.
Fortunately, Windows 7 now provides a Display Colour Calibration Wizard that helps you properly set up your brightness, contrast and colour settings, and a ClearType tuner to ensure your text is crisp and sharp.
Click Start, type DCCW and press Return to give it a try (Windows 7)