On Windows 10, the screen resolution defines the clarity of the images and text rendered on the monitor. When using a high resolution on the display (for example, 1080p or 4K), items on the screen will look sharper and smaller to allow more items on the screen. In contrast, when using a low resolution (such as 1024 x 800-pixels), you won’t be able to see as many items on the screen, and they’ll appear larger.
The resolution you can use will always depend on the monitor and graphics card. Usually, Windows 10 detects and set the most optimal resolution for a given display, but you can use the “Display” settings to change the screen resolution to something different.
In this guide, you’ll learn the steps to change the resolution settings on Windows 10.
Change display resolution on Windows 10
To change the screen resolution, use the steps:
Open Settings on Windows 10.
Click on System.
Click on Display.
Under the “Scale and layout” section, use the “Display resolution” drop-down menu and change the resolution.Quick tip: You can avoid a blurry screen by selecting the resolution labeled “recommended.”
In addition to being able to change the pixel resolution, note that in this page you can also change brightness level, enable and configure Night light settings, change your display scaling, and orientation (landscape or portrait). You can also change the screen resolution with command lines using third-party tools like QRes.