Tag Archives: Windows 10 Display Options

Turn On or Off Hardware Accelerated GPU Scheduling in Windows 10

Turn On or Off Hardware Accelerated GPU Scheduling in Windows 10

How Turn On or Off Hardware-Accelerated GPU Scheduling in Windows 10

If you GPU comes with a driver that supports hardware acceleration in Windows 10, you can turn on the Hardware-accelerated GPU scheduling option. This should help reduce latency and improve video output system performance.

Clear and Reset External Display Cache in Windows 10

Clear and Reset External Display Cache in Windows 10

How to Clear and Reset External Display Cache in Windows 10

If you have multiple displays or an external projector, you might find the built-in feature of Windows 10 to change the active display and the sharing mode of your current desktop useful. The feature called Project allows the user to have only the primary screen enabled, duplicate it on a second display, extend it across all displays, or use the second screen only. 

Enable Variable Refresh Rate in Windows 10

Enable Variable Refresh Rate in Windows 10

How to Enable Variable Refresh Rate in Windows 10

Starting with May 2019 Update, Windows 10 comes with support for the variable refresh rate feature. Here is how to enable it.

Change Turn Off Display After Time in Windows 10

Change Turn Off Display After Time in Windows 10

How to Change Turn Off Display After Time in Windows 10

In Windows 10, you can specify for how long your computer remains inactive before the connected monitor is automatically turned off. If you have not changed the default power management settings, the display will be turned off after 10 minutes. Here is how to change these settings.

Change Display Resolution in Windows 10

Change Display Resolution in Windows 10

Screen resolution refers to the clarity of the text and images displayed on your screen. At higher resolutions, such as 1920 x 1080 pixels, items appear sharper. They also appear smaller so more items can fit on the screen. At lower resolutions, such as 800 x 600 pixels, fewer items fit on the screen, but they appear larger. It is measured horizontally and vertically in pixels. In this article, we will review three methods which you can use to change the screen resolution in Windows 10 including the GUI, and from the command line.

Change Display Refresh Rate in Windows 10

Change Display Refresh Rate in Windows 10

The refresh rate is the number of frames per second your monitor can display. Hertz frequency is used as the measurement at which the screen is redrawn. 1Hz means it can draw 1 image per second. A high-frequency rate allows getting a clearer visibility and lesser strain on your eyes. In this article, we will review two methods which you can use to change the screen refresh rate in Windows 10, using the GUI, and with a command line tool.

How to View Detailed Display Information in Windows 10

How to View Detailed Display Information in Windows 10

One of the improvements Microsoft made to Windows 10 is the ability to view detailed information about your display. The OS can differentiate the Desktop resolution and active signal resolution, provide accurate information about its refresh rate and other technical details.