How to Fix Screen Flickering in Windows 11

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Hey, I am Going to Show you How to Fix Screen Flickering in Windows 11. To fix the screen Flickering Problem, Follow Each and Every Procedure one by one, Don't Miss any steps.


The screen flickering in Windows 11 is usually caused by a display driver issue. You will need to update, uninstall, or roll back your display driver based on that information.

open Settings from Search Bar
Select Open Settings from Search Bar
From Desktop, Click on Search Icon, then Search for Settings. From the search results click on the setting option.




Select Personalization then click on Colors Tab
Select Personalization then click on Colors Tab
Here we need to Select the Personalization Tab on the left side of the Window, it will Display its specified Settings on the Right side, then click on Colors Tab.




Set Accent Color as Manual
Select Set Accent Color as Manual
Now, Here we need to Change Accent Color as Manual. and move to the Next Step.




Now, Select Accessibility and then open Visual Effects Settings




Turn Off Animation Effects Setting
Turn Off Animation Effects Setting
In this Step, From Visual Effects Settings Turn Off Animation Effects.




Open Control Panel and Open Power Options
Open Control Panel and Open Power Options
From the Desktop, Go to Search Bar and type Control Panel. From the Search Results, click on the Control Panel to open it. It will open a new window. Then go to the search panel and search for power options. Once done, then click on Power Options.


From Preferred Plans, Click on Change Plan Settings of Balanced Option
Click on Change Plan Settings of Balanced Option


Restore this Plans Default Settings.
Restore this Plans Default Settings.
To Restore this Plans Default Settings, Click on "Restore Default Settings for this Plan" then Select Yes Option to complete the process.





Open Device Manager and Update Display Adapters Drivers
Select Open Device Manager and Update Display Adapters Drivers
In the last step, go to the search bar, search for Device Manager. Open it and then Expand Display Adapters, Right Click on a particular driver and click on update driver. Else you can just uninstall that driver and restart your system, that's it guys your problem will be solved.







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