Microsoft Windows 7 features a monitor color calibration utility built right into the operating system. Using this utility, you can tweak your color settings to ensure your photos and videos are represented as they should appear on your monitor. Previous versions of Microsoft Windows did not include a native color calibration utility and therefore there was an added value in providing a monitor calibration tool inside of the NVIDIA Classic Control Panel. With Microsoft providing a calibration utility with Windows 7, it was no longer necessary and therefore it no longer included with the NVIDIA software. For more information on the Microsoft Color Calibration tool, please visit:
Updated 11/28/2012 12:36 PM
The NVIDIA Classic Control Panel provided a utility to calibrate your monitor under Windows. I am not able to find a similar utility using the New NVIDIA Control Panel.