Your Windows 10 display doesn't look quite right. Maybe the color is off. Maybe the text is too small (or too large). Maybe the resolution isn't to your liking. Well, don't despair. You can customize your display in Windows 10 to make it look just right; resize the text, change the resolution, calibrate the color, and more.
The process for customizing your display varies somewhat depending on your version of Windows 10. If you're still running a pre-Creators Update version, like the Anniversary Update, you follow one set of steps; Creators Update, which started rolling out in April, requires a different set of steps. Microsoft rarely makes anything simple. But you can still accomplish most of steps no matter which flavor of Windows 10 you're using.
How can you tell which version of Windows 10 you're running? Right-click on the Start button and look at the pop-up menu. If you see the Settings command in the menu, you have the Creators Update. If you see Control Panel in the menu, you do not have the Creators Update. Let's start with the process for those of you running Windows 10 without Creators Update.
First, click on the Start button > Settings > System > Display. Unless you've already changed it, the size of your text, apps, and other items should be set to 100 percent. But maybe you find the text too small to see and work with properly. In that case, move the slider under the option to "Change the size of text, apps, and other items" to 125 percent.Read More...
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