The pictures you see on your computer screen consist of thousands of pixels. These tiny pixels change colors to create a full-sized image. The screen resolution usually defines the number of these pixels on your screen horizontally and vertically. For example, if your screen is 1,440 x 900 pixels, it has 1440 pixels and 900 pixels horizontally and vertically, respectively.
You might want to note that your screen size doesn’t depend on the pixel size. It means multiple screens can have the same number of pixels irrespective of size. You may have laptops with 17″ and 15″, both with a resolution of 1,440 x 900 pixels. In this example, your desktop screen is more significant than the laptop’s, but this doesn’t mean you can fit anything extra on it. However, there may be a difference in the size of the things you see on your screen.
Now that you understand the importance of screen resolution, you will figure that incorrect screen resolution may make the text blur or invisible.
When you get a computer/laptop, you do not need to adjust the screen resolution because Windows automatically does the job for you. However, if you try opening a document and the text doesn’t correctly appear, you might want to troubleshoot and adjust the resolution. This risewindows article is going to help you adjust your screen resolution:-
How to Change Display Resolution using the Settings app on Windows 11?
Step 1: First, press
Step 2: Next, in the Windows Settings, go to the
Step 3: Find the
Step 4: Now, find the
On a side note, you can also go to this page directly by right-clicking on the free space Desktop and selecting
Step 5: Click on the
If your PC includes an Intel Graphics card, you can use the Intel Graphics Command Center app to change the screen resolution.
How to Adjust Screen Resolution via Intel Graphics Command Center on Windows 11?
Step 1: First, search for
Note: Go to the Microsoft Store If you have not yet installed Intel Graphics Command Center.
Step 2: In the Intel Graphics Command Center app, find
Step 3: Finally, on the right-sidebar of
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