If you want to get 1920×1080 resolution on a 1366×768 screen in Windows 10, then this post might be helpful. There will be less scrolling with higher resolution while working with documents and web browsers, sharper images, a better gaming experience, and lots more. Windows OS will automatically set the best screen resolution for your PC as the default. But you can switch to any other – as long as things don’t look odd.
Get 1920×1080 resolution on 1366×768 screen in Windows 10
To set 1920×1080 display resolution in Windows 10 computer screen, there are two options that might help. These are:
- Change Display resolution using Settings
- Update Display adapter driver.
Let’s check these two options.
1] Change Display resolution using Settings
These are the steps:
- Open Settings app using Win+I hotkey
- Access System category
- Scroll down to access the Display resolution section available on the right part of the Display page
- Use the drop-down menu available for Display resolution to select 1920×1080 resolution
- Press the Keep changes button.
If you want, you can also use other ways to change display resolution in Windows 10.
2] Update Display adapter driver
If you aren’t able to set 1920×1080 display resolution on your Windows 10 computer, then it is probably because you have an outdated display adapter driver or Graphics driver. So, updating to the latest graphics driver might work. Doing this is pretty simple.
Simply use the Search box to open Device Manager or use any of your preferred ways to open it. After that, access the Display adapters section, and update Graphics drivers on your Windows 10 computer.
You’ll have the option to automatically update the driver to the latest version or update it manually by using the file stored in your computer (if available). After updating the Graphics driver, restart the computer if required and then try to change the display resolution.
If you still cannot change it, it could be a hardware limitation.
This post offers suggestions if can’t change the screen resolution in Windows 10.