How to Configure Windows 8 Screen Resolution
12/15/2013nbsp windows | for beginners
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The question of changing the resolution in Windows 7 or 8, and also to do it in the game, although it belongs to the category “for the most beginners,” however, it is asked quite often. In this instruction, we will touch not only directly on the actions necessary to change the screen resolution, but also on some other things.
In particular, I’ll talk about why the required resolution may not be in the list of available ones, for example, when the Full HD screen is 1920 by 1080, it’s impossible to set the resolution higher.
As you know, screen resolution has an important role in installing and using the Windows 8 operating system and updated version 8.1. If the resolution does not meet the minimum requirements (1024×768), then many applications that come with this operating system simply will not work. This can happen when you try to install Windows 8 on netbooks, where some models use a non-standard screen resolution. 1024×600. Today we’ll look at a workaround for these restrictions using the HP Mini 110 netbook as an example.
Why exactly are we talking about netbooks? The thing is, and this is not a secret, the performance of the Windows 8 operating system is much higher than its predecessors, for example, Windows XP, Windows 7, there is no question of Windows Vista. In addition, when testing the new system on outdated equipment, it showed excellent results bypassing Windows XP installed on the same hardware by about 30%. Netbooks have.
Hello, friends! Today we’ll figure out how to change the screen resolution in Windows.
This is done simply. From scratch on the desktop, right-click and select “Screen Resolution”
The “Screen Settings” window opens. In the “Resolution” field, open the drop-down list and select the recommended one (in my laptop it is 1366 x 768)
The recommended resolution of the monitor or laptop screen can be found in the device specification (Usually the recommended resolution is written on the product box. If there is no box, you can look at the equipment manufacturer’s website by searching for the model. The model of the laptop or monitor is usually written on the device’s case).
Resolution is the number of dots displayed horizontally and vertically on your screen. The resolution directly depends on how much you will see useful information on the screen and what size this information will be (about the size, see the second paragraph of this article. how to enlarge the image).
Changing the screen resolution plays an important role in Windows 8. A higher resolution allows you to see more tiles on the start screen, but a lower resolution allows you to see the text better. Connecting an external monitor or TV means that you will want to adjust the resolution, as well as which screen has which desktop.
You can get to the screen resolution window from the desktop.
If on the Start screen, click Windows Key. Otherwise, skip this step. Click Windows Key D to clear the desktop. Right-click on an empty spot and click Change Resolution.
Right-click anywhere on the desktop and select Change Resolution.
You can also get from the control panel. Once in the control panel under Appearance and Personlization, select Configure screen resolution.
Adjust the screen resolution section is what you.
The procedure for changing the screen resolution is familiar to most Windows users, however, some nuances of this operation remain unknown even to experienced users. Therefore, let us once again answer in detail the question of how to change the screen resolution. even if you know how to do this, you will find something new for yourself.
Users of Windows 7 will probably already learn the system far and wide, but sometimes they may also have difficulty performing simple steps. So, to change the resolution:
Right-click on the desktop and go to the “Screen Resolution” section. In the line “Resolution” set the desired value. Save the changes by clicking the OK button.
It’s simple, but some users after performing this procedure have problems with the display of text and icons. To avoid such issues, follow these guidelines:
Set the resolution that is marked as recommended. Clarify the specific meaning.
The screen resolution of a monitor or laptop determines the clarity of the text or images shown on the display. At high resolution, for example, 1900×1200 pixels, all objects will look sharper. Also, objects become smaller, and accordingly, more will fit on the screen. And at low resolution, for example, 1024×768 pixels, the size of images and text increases, only their clarity becomes worse.
The available resolution for use depends on the monitor itself. So, old CRT monitors usually have a diagonal of 17 inches and only support a resolution of 800×600 or 1024×768 pixels.
LCD monitors or laptop screens have a diagonal of 17 and above, and also support higher resolutions. And the larger the monitor itself, the higher its resolution, which it can support. The ability to increase the screen resolution depends on the diagonal of the monitor, as well as on the adapter used.
How to change.
A lot of users of the new operating system from Microsoft complain that they can not figure out how to change the screen resolution, because the feature has disappeared from “Personalization”:
Some people somehow begin to get used to the wrong screen resolution, others begin to demolish Windows and return to the old 7 / 8.1, and we will try to explain how all this can be done on Windows 10, and even in several different ways. Just want to say. getting used to the wrong resolution makes no sense. You should use the capabilities of your laptop or computer for as much as it is designed, so if a problem occurs, you must immediately solve it.
You will not be able to change the screen resolution from Personalization 100 percent. In order to do this without leaving the “Parameters”, you need to click on the gear and you will be taken to the updated “Control Panel”:
It has so far only 9 submenus, but with updates it will be.