6 Display Settings in Windows 10
In addition to introducing a number of new features, hidden gems, and new and useful privacy settings, the Windows 10 April 2018 Update now offers to fix opaque applications for you, an annoying problem that you can face when you pair a classic Windows application with high-resolution display. I will discuss these new display settings along with some old standbys so you can get Windows 10 looking for the best.
1. Setting the size of text, icons and applications
If you have trouble reading text, recognizing icons and navigating applications because the high resolution display makes everything look very small, then you need to check the Windows 10 scaling options.
Go to Settings > System > Display and you will find options for Scale and layout . Windows will recommend percentages, but you can play with offers to find the right balance between readability and screen real estate.
2. Use the original resolution of your screen
You must make every effort to use the original resolution of your screen, which Windows calls the recommended resolution. This is the highest resolution offered. If you choose a lower resolution, your screen image will look blurry. At the original resolution, each pixel on your LCD screen is directly mapped to the pixels in the image sent by your PC’s graphics to produce sharp images. When the pixels don’t line up, everything becomes blurry.
Try to adjust the size of the text and icons and so on by using the scale option at end 1 before you lower the screen resolution from the recommended settings in Settings > System > T display .
3. Fix blurry applications
Windows 10 has a scaling option that can increase font size and icons on a high-resolution screen so you can read text without squinting while maintaining your appearance in the original resolution where the images are sharpest and sharpest. Sometimes, however, this scaling can cause blurriness. Now,
You can allow Windows efforts to improve blurry scale results. Go to Settings > System > Display > Advanced scale settings and enable Let Windows try to fix the application so it doesn’t blur .
4. Use the Night light at night
Looking at an unnatural blue screen at night can shift your body’s natural clock and make it difficult to get a good night’s sleep. Your cellphone might have a way to switch to warmer colors at night, and now Windows too.
Creator Update adds settings to reduce the blue light of your PC. Go to Settings > System > Display (or right-click on your desktop and select Display settings ) and switch to the Night light. Under the toggle button, click Nightlight Settings to choose how warm your display color temperature is to get the night and schedule The night light mode will light up at sunset or the clock is set manually. You will also find the new Night light button in the Action Center to enable and disable settings.
5. Do a little color calibration
Windows has a built-in color calibration tool that hides in the Control Panel. Just look for color calibration and select the color display Calibration. You will pass a number of display tests to adjust gamma, brightness, contrast, and color balance. This tool helps show examples before each test image so you know what to look for to get the best results.
6. Tune up your text
When completing the color calibration tool is the option to start ClearType Tuner. This is like going to an eye doctor and doing a better or worse test to see if you need stronger glasses or recipes. This tool shows five examples of text, and you choose the one that looks best so that the text on your screen looks sharp and easy to read.