How To Change Windows 10 Screen Resolution

This will be a very short and straight forward tutorial on how to change the screen Resolution on your Pc Running on windows 10. Windows 10 is the latest operating system but you may be faced to change some setting on it since your "too" familiar with windows 7 and 8.

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How To Change Windows 10 Screen Resolution

To change windows 10 Screen Resolution is not tedious, for those who have not master the key setting and navigation around windows 10, this will give you a guide on how to go about it.

1. Right click on the destop or desktop environment and select options to display settings.

2. To change windows 10 Screen resolution after clicking on settings display, this will open Settings panel of Windows 10 with display settings.

3. Another method to open display is by clicking Settings>>System Display. 

4. Then Move the pointer by scrolling down to the display settings and click on advance settings option and click the link provided. This will open the area to make you apply the new settings you have choosen to chsnge windows 10 screen resolution.

If you apply the new settings, you will see the confirmation box to keep such changes or you can revert back to the old settings if not satisfied.

Enjoy new screen resolution settings after you confirm your new changes on windows 10 operating system.

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