These are the smallest units on our screens that can be controlled.
Pixels are essentially tiny squares employed to create the images we view on our digital displays. It's not that they're a specific color, but instead, they change to display various graphics and images. The display resolution, which is measured in terms of the number, size, and color combinations of pixels on a display monitor, varies according to the graphics card and monitor. In other words, a computer that displays a 1280 x 768 resolution will generate a maximum of 98,3040 pixels. Also, the number of pixels per inch of the monitor screen determines the quality of display; more pixels per inch leads to a better image.