Download the Windows Color Picker Tool
Color Palette Creation is a Breeze With ColorPic
Ever tried using a color picker on a high resolution monitor? It's impossible.
That's why this color picker has a magnifier attached. Grab palettes of up to
16 colors at once and use four advanced color mixers to select a spectrum of
Version 4 is now available, with the following features:
Easily pick any color from the screen
Totally 100% Free!
No popup adverts or spyware, it really is free
Colors shown in hex and decimal
Adjust Hue, Saturation, Value, Red, Green and Blue values
Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Black percentages shown
Easy to use with any other program
Resizable magnification area
Overlay a grid for quick colorpicker alignment
Use arrow keys to nudge mouse pointer
Save multiple palettes of colors automatically
WebSafe Colors and names displayed
Snap to nearest WebSafe color
Point sample, 3x3 or 5x5 pixel color sampling
Adjust color with four advanced color mixers
Edit colorpicker values after selection easily
Easy to use collapsible sections
Works with Firefox, Internet Explorer, Photoshop and any other application
ColorPic in Use Selecting Colors
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To the left you can see ColorPic in use selecting colors, but don't just take our word for it:
Sitepoint.com writes "...few have pulled all the right functionality together as usefully and elegantly as Nico Westerdale's ColorPic."
Clubic.com writes "Tout web designer qui se respecte se doit de l'avoir sous la main." in its
French review of ColorPic.
Photoshop-Weblog.de writes "Ein geniales kleines Programm!" in its German review of ColorPic.
ColorPic runs on all Windows systems: 95/98/NT/2000/Me/XP,7,8,10, it's only 501K.
The Color Picker, or Colour Picker if you're from my native country, is
freeware which means that you may use and copy it to your friends on an