What Are The Small Dots On The Sereen Of Monitor Called?

The small dots on the screen of a monitor are called pixels (short for 'picture element'). They are the smallest unit of display on a computer screen and are used to create images and text. Each pixel can display a specific color and brightness level, and the combination of many pixels creates the images and text that we see on the screen. The resolution of a monitor refers to the number of pixels it can display horizontally and vertically, and a higher resolution means that the monitor can display more detail and sharper images.