1. Accessing the Display Settings in the Control Panel
The Display settings can be accessed through the Windows Control Panel. To open the Control Panel, click the Start button, then select Control Panel from the list of options. This will open the Control Panel window.
2. Adjusting the Resolution
Once the Control Panel is open, navigate to the Appearance and Personalization tab, then select Adjust Screen Resolution from the list of options. This will open the Display Settings window, showing a diagram of the current resolution of your display. You can adjust the resolution by selecting the dropdown menu next to Resolution, and selecting the desired resolution from the list. You can also adjust the orientation of the display by selecting either Landscape or Portrait from the Orientation dropdown menu.
3. Adjusting Brightness
To adjust the brightness of the display, go to the Control Panel > Hardware and Sound > Power Options. From here, you can adjust the brightness settings by moving the slider left and right. Additionally, you can enable adaptive brightness settings, which allow the display to automatically adjust the brightness levels based on ambient light.
4. Changing Color and Gamma Settings
To adjust the color settings of the display, open the Control Panel and select the Appearance and Personalization tab. Select the Customize Colors option to open the Color and Appearance window. From here, you can adjust the colors of the display by selecting the dropdown menu next to the Color Space option and selecting the color profile you want to use. You can also adjust the gamma settings of the display by clicking the Advanced button, then adjusting the red, green, and blue settings.
5. Setting a Custom Resolution
You can also set a custom resolution for your display if the resolution you are looking for is not listed in the dropdown menu. To do this, open the Control Panel and select the Display Settings option. This will open the Display Settings window. From here, select the Advanced Settings link and then click the List All Modes button. This will open a list of all available resolutions for your display. Select the desired resolution from the list and click OK to apply the settings.
In summary, the Display settings in the Windows Control Panel allow users to adjust the resolution, brightness, colors and gamma settings of their displays. The Control Panel also allows users to set custom resolutions if they wish to do so.