Adjusting your display settings involves changing the color, brightness, contrast, resolution and orientation of your screen. Depending on the system you are using, there will be a variety of ways to change these settings.
If you are using Windows, you can access the Display Settings by right-clicking an empty space on your desktop, selecting Display Settings and making adjustments from the menu that appears. Under the Display tab, select Adjust Resolution to adjust your display resolution and choose between various color depths. Under the Orientation tab, you can adjust the orientation of your display.
If you are using a Mac, you can access the Display Settings by selecting System Preferences from the Apple Menu and selecting Displays. Select the desired display, then use the options under the Display tab to adjust resolution, colors and brightness.
If you prefer, you can download third-party software to make fine adjustments to your display settings. Programs such as “Powerstrip”, “DispcalGUI” and “Display Tuner” allow you to adjust your display in a variety of ways, including color temperature, gamma correction and more.
No matter what type of system you are using, you should be able to adjust your display settings to make your computer look the way you want it to. With a few clicks, you can have a pleasant visual experience that is tailored to your preferences.