Display Settings and more – Windows 10

Want to change your resolution or orientation of your screen?  How about making text clear?

Right Click on the desktop and select Display.  Under Display settings you can change the resolution of your screen, brightness, ClearType, Color Calibration, project to a screen or another monitor and more.

1 Display 2 Advanced - Resolution

ClearType Text can make fonts sharper.

3 Clear type text

The advanced settings allows you to control everything related to your display.

4 Text

The Notifications and Actions area allows you to control which icons are on your taskbar, alarms, tips and more.

5 Notifications and Actions 1 6 Notifications and Actions 2

Apps and Features allows you to see the size of apps along with sorting by size and to see which ones are installed.

7 Apps and Features

Multitasking allows you to control Snap and to control Virtual Desktops.

8 MultiTasking

Tablet Mode allows you to use Windows in tablet mode.  This optimizes Windows if you have a tablet or touchscreen.

9 Tablet Mode

Battery Saver along with Power and Sleep allows you to adjust how Windows uses power.  Advanced options allows you to control how devices use power.

10 Battery Mode 11 Battery Mode Two

12 Power and Sleep 13 Advanced Power

Storage allows you to see a breakdown of the different types of files and how much space you are using.

14 Storage 15 Adv Storage 16 Adv Storage C Drive

Offline maps allows you to download maps from across the globe in the event you do not have an internet connection.

17 Offline Maps

Default apps is used to assign a program to open a particular file type.

18 Default Apps

About allows you to see the specs on your computer, change workgroups, name or domain settings.

19 About Information

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