Find Out RGB and Hex Color Codes of Any Pixel On The Screen With Ease


Sometimes when we need to find a color code for web or photo editing work, we find it difficult to know the exact color what they used. To avoid this, Color Detector helps us to detect the color of any pixel on the screen just by pointing the mouse cursor.

Color Detector, a freeware program helps us to find out the RGB values, HTML hex code, and the color name of the color of the pixel pointed to by the mouse cursor.

All you need to do is, Just download the Color Detector and Install it on your Pc. Then, simply move your mouse over the desired color and watch the “Hex & RGB Values” display in the main window.

You can temporarily lock down the color codes by using the “F5 Key” to freeze them, using the “F5 Key” again unfreezes things so that you can get your next set of codes. The copy to clipboard function (F6/F7) is also very convenient if you prefer to paste your new codes into your notes or web editor.

Color Detector 2.0Download

System Requirements : Windows XP / 2000 / 95 / 98 / ME / NT and Mouse.

All together, Color Detector is a useful program which helps us in website creation. Must Install freeware for your computer.

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  1. Paritosh says:

    Even color plus does the same job. And its just few kb's software.

  2. Srivathsan GK says:

    Oh really ? I never knew.. thanx mate =)

  3. Dave says:

    Doesn’t work
    Exceptoon #32747 (Could not load description string <owl/except.rx not bound?).

  4. Prashant says:


  5. Scott Hawkins says:

    Hi there, I am trying to find out the exact value of a certain colour on a JPEG, is that at all possible?

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