Thursday, May 12, 2016

How To Change The Screen Resolution Of Your Windows 7 Enabled Computer




Screen Resolution as you may know determines the clarity and sharpness of the text and image in your monitor. More also it determines who most information can fit to your monitor. While it is highly encouraged that you use the preset (recommended) screen resolution that Windows set for your monitor, you can change it if you wish. Follow the guide below to change the screen resolution of your computer that uses Windows 7.


From Control Panel
  • Open Windows 7 Control Panel and click on Appearance and Personalization.
  • Next click on Display, and click on Adjust resolution in the left sidebar of the Display screen.
  • Next click the drop-down list next to Resolution, then move the slider to the resolution of your choice and click Apply, at the bottom of the screen content.
  • Finally click Keep in the confirmation dialogue box that pop-up so that Windows 7 will set your computer to use the new resolution. Or click Revert to go back to the previous resolution.

From your Desktop
  • On your desktop, right-click and select Screen Resolution from the menu that appears.
  • Next click the drop-down list next to Resolution, then move the slider to the resolution of your choice and click Apply, at the bottom of the screen content.
  • Finally click Keep in the confirmation dialogue box that pop-up so that Windows 7 will set your computer to use the new resolution. Or click Revert to go back to the previous resolution.

The Bottom Line
The screen resolution of your computer that runs on Windows 7 OS is customizable. To customize it, follow the guide above.


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