image color matching. An application interface that communicates the color information of each device so that applications can accurately display, print, and pass colors on to other users and applications. Other operating systems may use different color matching schemes. Video content created using non-ICM data does not render correctly on Windows based computers.
The color matching method used by Windows 98, 95, and 2000 to match the colors in your printout with the colors displayed on your screen.
Image Color Matching. Windows color management system designed to help you get WYSIWYG (what you see is what you get) color output. This software displays colors on your screen as they exist on the scanned documents, or prints colors as you see them on your screen.