Hi, I have a personal experience. On occasion, I have gotten my computer with a disoriented screen. That is, to the right or simply upside-down. In fact, this has happened to me after my young son used the computer. Of course, sometimes it has been me who changed it by mistake. In any case, it is a real headache. Since it can be difficult to return to the original configuration. Consequently, that is the reason for this tutorial. Today we will learn how to rotate the screen in Windows 10.
How to rotate the screen using Windows settings.
For this step, we will use the context menu. Therefore, right-click on a space on the desktop. Then click on Display settings.
In the next window, please scroll down to Display Orientation. As you can see, there are several options:
- Landscape (flipped)
- Portrait (flipped)
Consequently, it is sufficient to choose the desired orientation.
How to turn the screen, using the GPU options.
The processors include graphics configuration options. Consequently, we can use them to rotate the screen. Manufacturers such as AMD or Intel include their own configurations. So the appearance may vary. However, the operation is very similar. For this example, we will manage a processor manufactured by Intel. Please follow the steps below:
Right-click on an empty space on the desktop. Then follow this path: Graphics options>Rotation>Rotate to..
How to rotate the Windows screen using Intel properties
In case you use Intel integrated graphics, then you can follow these steps. Once again, right-click on an empty space on the desktop. But now, click on Graphic Properties.
Multiple options are displayed. However, the ones we are interested in are the ones related to the Screen. Just click on Rotation.
All right, ultimately we have seen how to rotate the screen in Windows 10. An excellent way to solve a crash. Or even play a joke on a friend. So long!