Change your monitor’s resolution

September 25, 2007 at 3:59 am Leave a comment

Question: How do I change my monitor’s resolution?

Answer: You can change your monitor’s resolution by doing the following:
For Windows XP

1) Right-click your desktop and then click ‘Properties‘.
2) In the Display Properties pop-up window, click the ‘Settings‘ tab.
3) You can adjust your resolution by dragging the slider to the left to decrease the resolution or to the right to increase it.
4) If the Monitor Settings dialog box appears, look at your display. If you want to keep the new resolution, click ‘Yes‘. If not, click ‘No‘, and return to step 3.

For Windows Vista

1) Right-click on your desktop and click ‘Personalize‘.
2) In the pop-up window, click ‘Display Settings‘.
3) In the second pop-up dialog, you can adjust your resolution by dragging the slider to the left to decrease the resolution or to the right to increase it.
4) If the Monitor Settings dialog box appears, look at your display. If you want to keep the new resolution, click ‘Yes‘. If not, click ‘No‘, and return to step 3.

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