How do I customize my system display settings using Control Panel?

1. Open the Control Panel by clicking on Start and then selecting Control Panel.

2. Select “Appearance and Personalization”.

3. Click “Adjust Screen Resolution”.

4. From here, you can adjust the resolution, color depth, refresh rate, orientation and other display settings to better suit your needs.

a. Resolution: This determines the size of text and images displayed on-screen. Generally, higher resolutions will produce sharper images but require more processing power from your computer, which may result in slower performance. b. Color Depth: This setting determines the number of colors that can be displayed. Common values are 16-bit (65,536 colors) and 32-bit (millions of colors). Setting it to a higher value may improve image clarity and color accuracy.

c. Refresh Rate: This setting determines how often your monitor refreshes its image. Lower values may cause slower performance and flicker; higher values may reduce the chances of this happening.

d. Orientation: The orientation setting determines how your desktop is aligned. You can choose between portrait (vertical) and landscape (horizontal) modes.

5. Once you have made the necessary adjustments, click “Apply” to confirm your changes.

6. If Windows prompts you to restart your computer, click “Yes”. This will ensure that the new settings take effect.

7. To save your new display settings, select “Keep Changes”. This will ensure that your settings are applied each time you start up your computer.