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2016-03-30T20:41:41+05:30
We can say thaat number of bits per pixel which can be displayed on computer screen is called colour depth
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2016-03-30T20:41:43+05:30

Alternatively referred to as pixel depth, color depth refers to the number of bits per pixel on a computer monitor to represent a specific color. The more bits per pixel, the higher color variety and quality of the monitor. The first graphics cards and monitors supported 1-bit color, which was monochrome (most commonly black and white), for early computers like the Apple Macintosh and Atari ST.


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