Change resolution and configure multiple Windows 10 screens

Change resolution and configure multiple Windows 10 screens
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The screen is the neuralgic part regarding the visual character of our computer because it is through it where we see anything and that is why we interact with our CPU demanding continuous tasks. The quality of our screen will denote a better or worse clarity and definition of our texts and images when viewing them through it depending on the quality of it.This is the concept of resolution, which is the number of pixels that can be shown on a screen and that arises from the result of multiplying the width and length of a screen measured in pixels.

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If we have a reduced resolution , we tend to see the larger but more pixelated elements, that is, with less resolution or sharpness . On the contrary, if we have a screen with high resolution , the elements that can be seen in it are smaller but have much more definition and sharpness. The normal thing is to have configured the maximum possible resolution that your monitor admits to be able to navigate or play with a higher quality.

As you know Windows 10 has brought with it a lot of news to make things much easier. By default, Windows 10 tends to establish the highest recommended maximum resolution when you proceed to install it automatically. This means that in most cases, the user will not have to make changes related to its resolution because it will have configured the most optimal for your monitor. In spite of this, there are software or games that do not support the resolution that you have and that have to force another resolution with the problem that you have changed yours even if you close the application. In previous versions Windows made it easy to change the screen resolution through a menu on the desktop but now it is somewhat more elaborate.

Our monitor is also important in more specific tasks such as editing jobs or professional conferences where we need to connect several screens for better viewing . The connection of the cable of both devices does not usually have difficulties but to configure the image as we need it sometimes complicates a little. In these cases there is no need to stress because everything has a solution and to configure it we will help you with two different methods . Windows 10 has thought about all the possibilities and it will help you to configure your screens the way you prefer.

In many opportunities due to the workflow or the tasks that we must execute we see the need to add an extra monitor to our portable or desktop equipment to extend the visualization of the elements with which we work. This is a great help since we can distribute the tasks between both monitors and have more breadth when viewing the desktop but it is necessary to configure them.

Windows 10 automatically adjusts the resolution of the new monitor to the recommended mode but it usually happens that we want to have a slightly better visualization , which is why it is necessary to change the resolution of the external monitor usually so that it has a correctly adapted configuration .

In this tutorial we will see how to modify the resolution in each of the Windows 10 monitors and configure several screens so you can take full advantage of the quality of your favorite screens. Do not worry if you have problems to be able to change your screen resolution or configure your connected monitors , in this tutorial we show you how to do it.

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