Modifying screen resolution settings is a relatively straightforward process. Depending on the operating system you are using, there are a few different methods to adjust the screen resolution settings.
1. Windows 10:
If you are using Windows 10, right-click on an empty space on the desktop and select Display Settings. In the Display Settings window, find the Resolution drop-down menu, which will have a list of available resolutions. Click on the resolution you would like to use, then click Apply. If the change was successful, a confirmation message will appear. Click Keep Changes or Revert if you changed your mind. Once the desired resolution is selected, click OK.
If you are using macOS, open System Preferences from the Apple Menu in the upper left corner of your screen. Choose Displays from the System Preferences menu. In the Displays window, select the Scaled option from the list of available resolutions. Select the resolution you want to use and then click OK.
For Linux users, open the Settings application and click on the Displays tab. From there, choose the Resolution option, select the desired resolution, and click Apply.
No matter which operating system you are using, you can modify the screen resolution settings on your computer. Whether you use Windows 10, macOS, or Linux, the basic steps for changing the resolution should be the same. As long as you follow the instructions above, you should be able to successfully modify the screen resolution settings on your computer.