Frequently Asked Questions about Display Resolutions
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How do I change my display resolution?
What is the maximum resolution Intel® graphics can support?
What is the native resolution or optimal resolution for my display?
Check the user manual or technical documents for your display or contact the manufacturer for this information.
Can I get a list of resolutions that my Intel graphics support?
Check with your computer and display manufacturers to find out the supported resolutions for the computer and display.
If you're using multiple displays in clone or duplicate mode, you can only select a resolution that all displays support.
Can I use a different resolution on each display while in clone mode?
Not in clone mode. You can only set the displays to the same resolution. Consider using extended desktop mode instead, if you need different resolutions on each display.
Can I use a different resolution on each display while in extended desktop mode?
Yes. In extended desktop mode, you can set each display to different resolutions.
How do I make my text bigger or smaller?
I can't select a resolution larger than 800x600 or 1024x768. How do I fix this issue?
Find how to select a resolution larger than 800x600 or 1024x768.
My game or program needs a different resolution. How do I change the resolution?
Your games or software programs may have a setting that allows you to change the resolution. Otherwise, you can manually change your display resolution.
The Windows* desktop is smaller than my display screen. How do I fix this issue?
How do I fix text, windows, and graphics that are too large?
The upper part of my display is repeating below the Windows taskbar. How do I resolve this issue?
Use the latest driver validated by your computer manufacturer for your computer model. Some computers may need to use the customized driver from the computer manufacturer to resolve this issue.
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