Fullscreen Tool for Full Black Screen, White Screen & Color Screen

Test your monitor in fullscreen mode with different colors. Turn your screen full black, full white, full orange, full green, or any color of your choice.

Click on any of the boxes below to get a fullscreen preview of the selected color.
Press the ESC key to return. Swipe from up to down if you’re using a mobile device.

80% Black
60% Black
40% Black

Full Black Screen

Click on the respective boxes to make your entire screen the same color.

The full screen provides different gradients of black screens, so you can clean out any dust particles that become more visible on a dark background. It can be dangerous to clean out your display device whilst it is powered on. You can use the full black screen to find out if there is still any dust after cleaning it out.

A black screen can also be used to conserve energy, determine the type of display, or turn one screen dark whilst enjoying a video on the other.

Full Black Screen Uses
Cream White
Off White
Ghost White

Full White Screen

The full white screen turns your display into a completely white screen. Similar to a full black screen, a white screen can also help to clean out the darker dust particles on the display that are difficult to see on a darker background.

It can also be used to detect any dead pixels on the screen that will not turn white, or you can use a white screen as a torch to illuminate your surroundings.

Click on the respective box to turn your screen completely white. We also offer other shades of white, which are cream, off-white, and ghost white.

Full White Screen Uses
Carrot Orange
Deep Orange
Light Orange

Full Orange Screen

The orange screen can be used to check the monitor for dead pixels and other faults. Once the screen turns orange, all the faults, whether dead pixels or other physical damage, will become clear. Try out a full orange screen with different shades of orange color.

Click on the respective box to make your entire screen the same color.

Full Orange Screen Uses
Parrot Green
Seafoam Green
Light Green

Pure Green

The full screen offers different shades of complete green screens to go with your ambient theme. According to research, green is a soothing color often used to make you feel refreshed and optimistic. This is also why this color can be seen a lot in operation theaters and emergency rooms.

Click on the respective box to make your entire screen the same color and help you be positive.

Full Green Screen Uses

Choose Your Own Color

Make your screen any color of your choice using the color picker from below. You can use it to exactly match your screen with your theme to make it esthetically more appealing, or to any color that can help you identify dust particles more quickly and effectively.

Select a color from the color picker or simply put in a color code. When you have your desired color, click on the box to turn your complete screen to that color.


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Download Black Screen Wallpapers for Mobile, Desktop and Tablet Fullscreen Mode

(All Dimensions are in Pixels)

Download black screen wallpapers according to your screen size and supported resolution for the best results and conserve battery life. Black screen wallpapers will turn off the LED/monitor pixels, making them energy efficient.

360 x 640

360 x 800

375 x 667

414 x 896

540 x 720

768 x 1024

1024 x 768

1366 x 768

1536 x 864

1920 x 1080

2560 x 1600

3840 x 2160

Please note that all of the above black screen wallpapers are designed for a specific resolution. The resolution is given with the download link. If in doubt, download a larger image to keep the device in high-resolution black color.

If you don’t want to download anything, you can click on the above buttons to make the full screen color right from your browser. This can be beneficial when listening to music and wanting to turn off your display without the PC going into sleep mode.

Full Black Screen Uses

Black screens often help determine where the dust particles are, so you can clean them. Apart from this common use of a black screen, dark backgrounds also conserve energy and extend your laptop’s battery time. This is because modern OLED displays turn off the pixel(s) that are black/dark, saving power. Whereas an LCD or an LED requires a backlight to operate, which is why the pixels are still illuminated even on a black screen. If you look closely at an LCD/LED, you will notice the screen is dark-gray and not black, even on a full black screen.

Other uses of a black screen include:

  • Adjust the contrast – If the contrast is set too high, even the black screen will have a hint of gray. You can use the black screen to adjust your display’s contrast to the setting just before it starts turning gray, which will also maintain the integrity of other colors.
  • Detect stuck pixels in other colors – If you have a stuck pixel on your display device in a light color, then a dark background will enable you to pinpoint it more precisely.
  • Relaxing your eyes – People also use the black screen to give their eyes some rest, whilst taking breaks between tasks. This way they do not have to shut down the computer. This is especially useful if you take frequent and short breaks.
  • Make one screen black on a multi-display setup – If you are connecting multiple display devices on your PC, you can turn one or more screens black while continuing to work on the other. This saves energy when a screen is not being used.

Click on the black box above to completely turn your screen black.

White Screen Uses

White is a bright color, which is why it is often used to illuminate your environment, just like a flashlight. It is often used instead of a tablet’s or phone’s flashlight so it is not as bright but gives mild illumination so you are aware of what is around you and do not bump into objects at night.

White screens are also used for other purposes:

  • Identify dead pixels that won’t light up.
  • Pinpoint the darker dust particles that cannot be seen on a black background.
  • Discoloration or lighter pixels can be identified easily.
  • It can be used as a source of light on one monitor while you attend a video call on the other, giving a better lighting effect.

Click on the white box above to completely turn your screen white.

Orange Screen Uses

The orange color is the closest you can get to the actual color of the sun. Although it has no purpose affecting directly the screen, it can be used in other ways:

  • Give your surrounding an orange glow or match your screen to the skin of your phone/tablet.
  • Make your ambiance as if it had natural sunlight coming in.
  • The orange color can give your mood a lift by giving a more relaxing vibe.
  • It can also be used during online meetings to give the effect that you are outside.
  • Colored screens are often used to match your surroundings and give your PC a distinguished look for aesthetic purposes.

Click on the orange box above to turn your screen completely orange.

Green Screen Uses

Green represents the color of nature. It can be refreshing to look at a green screen to relax your eyes and feel optimized. Here are a few other uses for a green screen:

  • Great to relax your eyes during breaks.
  • The color green is associated with the refreshing colors of nature, thus gets you calm.
  • Green screens are used as backgrounds that can later be edited.
  • A green background works better for videos, as there are more green-sensitive pixels in the camera design than red or blue.

Put on the green screen by clicking on the green box above, and give yourself the feeling of true nature while indoors.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Uses of a black screen?

A black screen can help identify any dust particles and clean them. It can also be used to turn one screen dark while you keep working on the other. Another important use of the black screen is conserving energy, because a black screen turns the darker pixels off on modern OLED displays.

If you have a stuck pixel on the screen in a different color, a black screen can help identify and troubleshoot it. Unfortunately, you cannot identify a dead pixel with a black screen, because dead pixels are usually dark/black already.

Uses of a white screen?

A white screen can help identify darker dust particles or any smudges on your display, so you can then clean them. It is also used to detect any dead pixels, as they are black in color and instantly pop out on a white screen.

A white screen can also be used to illuminate your surroundings, replacing a torch or a flashlight. A white screen is especially useful on portable devices like a smartphone or tablet.

Uses of a colored screen?

Depending on the color of the screen, there can be different uses. For example, it can simply be used to match or compliment your surroundings to make your setup look more appealing, or use a specific color for a specific purpose. For example, a green screen can be used as a backdrop and then later edited through software. Similarly, a yellow or orange screen can be used to give you a soft sun-like glow around your room.

What is a dead pixel?

A dead pixel is a damaged pixel on the screen which no longer displays anything and usually turns dark. A screen is made up of millions of tiny display dots, called pixels. Dead pixels are best identified using a white screen or any other light-colored screen. It is difficult to identify a dead pixel using the black screen as the dead pixel is already black.

Does black screen save power?

Black screens can conserve energy, but are entirely dependent on the type of display. If you have an OLED display that turns off the black pixels completely, you can save energy and extend your battery’s backup time by using a black screen. However, if you have a display that requires a backlight, such as an LCD, the display pixels will still consume some energy to keep the color black displayed on a black screen.

Therefore, if you use a black screen to save energy, it is recommended that you first identify the type of display you have. In addition to black background, you will need to configure the power settings according to the computer hardware to increase energy efficiency. If you are using Windows, you can configure the screen settings under Power options.

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