Some Acer models feature OLED display panels that provide near-perfect blacks and brilliant colors without a backlight like traditional LED panels. This means that OLED burn-in can occur if you use maximum settings for backlight, brightness, and contrast to display static images. This may cause permanent burn-in damage to your OLED display, but there are things you can do to help prevent burn-in.
How to avoid burn-in on an OLED screen
The Acer Quick Access application allows you to adjust screen saver setting to help avoid burn-in. Make sure you have a screen saver enabled in Acer Quick Access to help reduce the chances of experiencing burn-in.
- Launch the Acer Quick Access application by clicking on Start ⊞ > Acer > Quick Access.
- Click on the toggle for Screen saver settings.