How to Change Screen Resolution in Windows 10

Usually you buy a computer with lots of expectations, for lots of purposes. Like watching videos, playing games, Image editing such as Adobe Photoshop, Adobe illustrate. For performing all such tasks your computer screen resolutions should set recommended, so that you can get exact output or result accurately as expected. Well, what are we going to tell you now? Nothing else we will show you How to Change Screen Resolution in Windows 10 .

If you need to change the display resolution setting on your Windows 10 PC, it’s not hard once you know how. Whether you want to try a sharper resolution on a laptop that defaults to a lower option or need to change it back to the recommended size from a less-than-stellar option, we’ve got your back.

Warning : Before making any changes in your computer, I suggest you to create a System Restore point  so that you can restore back your computer to previous working state if something goes wrong. 

How to Change Screen Resolution in Windows 10

Here, we’ll show How to Change Screen Resolution in Windows 10 .  We recommend that you choose the recommended one and adjust your font and icon sizes to suit you.

How to Change Screen Resolution in Windows 10?

1. Click the Start button. How to Change Screen Resolution in Windows 10

2. Select the Settings icon.

How to Change Screen Resolution in Windows 10

3. Select System. How to Change Screen Resolution in Windows 10

4. Click Advanced display settings. How to Change Screen Resolution in Windows 10

5. Click on the menu under Resolution. How to Change Screen Resolution in Windows 10

6. Select the option you want. We strongly recommend going with the one that has (Recommended) next to it. How to Change Screen Resolution in Windows 10

7. Click Apply. How to Change Screen Resolution in Windows 10

You’ve changed your display resolution! How to Change Screen Resolution in Windows 10

Conclusion:

It is not that always you have to select Windows recommended display resolutions, sometime as we observed, Windows default settings do not fit properly. If this is the case you have to make sure that your display drivers are installed and updated properly. And you have to refer monitor or computer manufacturer such as Dell, HP,LG, Lenovo and more manuals for monitor display settings. For further support, leave comments or ask more on Forum.

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Arun Prabhakar

Arun Prabhakar

Arun Prabhakar immensely interested in following Windows and other technology developments. Being passionate Windows blogger, he loves to help others on fixing their computer issues.

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