How do I change my display settings in the Windows Control Panel?

To change your display settings in the Windows Control Panel, first, open the Control Panel window. There are a few different ways to do this:

1. From the Start Menu: Click on the Start button on your desktop, then select the “Control Panel” option from the menu.

2. From the Search bar: Click on the magnifying glass or other search icon, type in “Control Panel” and press enter.

3. Keyboard shortcut: Hold down the Windows key and press the letter X. This will bring up a menu that includes a Control Panel option.

Once the Control Panel window is open, click on the icon for “Display”. This will bring up the Display Settings window.

The Display Settings window will show you the current resolution of your display and let you adjust it. There will be a slider at the bottom of the window, which you can use to make your display bigger or smaller.

You can also choose between different color modes, such as 16-bit color, 24-bit color, and 32-bit color. The higher the color mode, the more colors you’ll be able to view.

In the same window, you can adjust the size of text on your screen. If objects appear too small, you can make them larger by increasing the percentage in the “Change only the text size” section.

At the bottom of the window, there’s a “Troubleshoot” button. Clicking this will take you to a separate window where you can change additional display settings, such as adjusting the brightness, contrast, and gamma. You can also use this window to detect and troubleshoot display issues.

When you’ve finished making your changes, hit the “Apply” button in the bottom right corner. Your changes should take effect immediately. If you don’t like the result, you can always hit the “Revert” button to go back to the original settings.