How To Fix Resolution On Windows 11

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Are the visuals on your Windows 11 desktop smeared or out of alignment? Maybe you recently updated to the newest operating system and now you're seeing a resolution issue that wasn't there before. Do not worry; we have put together four efficient solutions to assist you in optimizing your display for a visually appealing experience and fixing resolution difficulties on Windows 11. Let's get started on the detailed steps to solve this annoying issue.

Update graphics drivers 

  1. Click on the Start button, then put "Device Manager" into the search field.
  2. To launch the program, select "Device Manager" from the search results
  3. Locate "Display adapters" in the Device Manager window and expand the area to see your graphics card.
  4. Right-click on your graphics card and choose "Update driver."
  5. Select "Search automatically for updated driver software" and wait while Windows searches the internet for the most recent driver updates.
  6. If any updates are discovered, install them by adhering to the on-screen directions.

Modify the display settings

  • Right-click a blank space on your desktop and choose "Display settings."
  • Scroll down to the "Scale and layout" area in the Display options box.
  • Under "Change the size of text, apps, and other items," experiment with the slider's various percentage settings (such as 100%, 125%, or 150%), in order to choose the best resolution for your screen.
  • Select the recommended resolution for your display by checking the "Resolution" dropdown menu.
  • To save your changes, click "Apply".

Use the Display Quality Troubleshooter 

  1. To access the Settings app, press Windows key + I.
  2. Click "System" and then choose "Display" from the menu on the left.
  3. Scroll down and select "Advanced display settings."
  4. Select the "Troubleshoot" button in the "Resolution" section.
  5. To identify and fix any resolution-related issues, according to the Display Quality Troubleshooter's on-screen directions.

Revert the graphics driver

  • Click on the Start button and enter "Device Manager."
  • Select "Device Manager" to launch the program.
  • Find "Display adapters" and click on it to enlarge the area and reveal your graphics card.
  • Right-click on your graphics card and choose "Properties."
  • Select the "Driver" tab in the Properties box.
  • If the "Roll Back Driver" button is there (it will only be clickable if the driver has just been updated), select it.
  • Complete the rollback procedure by adhering to the on-screen directions.


Windows 11 offers a more refined and contemporary user experience, but occasionally, problems with the resolution might make it less enjoyable. You may effectively diagnose and fix resolution issues on your Windows 11 PC by according to the step-by-step instructions provided in this blog post. You now have the options to optimize your display and take advantage of a crystal-clear viewing experience on your Windows 11 PC, whether it's updating graphics drivers, changing display settings, using the Display Quality Troubleshooter, or rolling back drivers.

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