Screen Monitor Software
You can use the Screen Monitor Software to monitor a given pixel color on your computer screen. The Pixel to be monitored can be defined by specifying X and Y co-ordinates of the screen.
Once you have defined the pixel on the screen to be monitored, you would need to specify an audio/ video file. This Audio or Video file can be of any file type which your Windows Media Player can play. This File will be played by the Screen Monitor Software whenever screen changes (to be exact, the color of the pixel which was configured in the step above) are detected.
Once configured, click on Start Monitoring button or Start Monitoring & Hide to System Tray button on the main screen of the Screen Monitor Software.
Now onwards whenever, the defined pixel color changes, the configured audio or video file will be played by the in built Windows Media Player. This can be really useful when you want an audible alert whenever a portion of screen changes due to popup message or some software displaying new data, etc.
In the Screen Monitor Software you can also configure whether the audible alert should stop playing whenever you move mouse cursor or press any key on keyboard. Do have a look at the screenshot of the software to visualise of how the software is programmed to work and how you can put it to use.
The Screen Monitor Software will work fine on 32 and 64 bit versions of Windows. Whether you are using Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 or other Windows Operating System, this small software will work every time and will alert you of the color change of the pixel and in turn changes in your computer screen.