But these are on laptops or LCD screens so we can't change the output pixels without the wrath of what happens off native LCD resolution. Here's a link about that.
In days of old with CRT displays you could push that around but not so much with LCDs. Also I wonder if you looked for a show all resolutions.
Since I can't find what PC, display or video card I can't offer much except it's all good here.
I just upgraded about 3 days ago. Yes, there is a learning curve to anything new. I did expect much of the old and of course some new.
Too many, a lot of the old standby stuff is gone.
While I can change my resolution I can't change my aspect ratio. On another website one person suggested that NVIDIA automatically download when upgrading to Win 10. Sorry guys I didn't know what NVIDIA is or does. He went on to say that we could change a setting in the NVIDIA 'control panel'. I can't even find NVIDIA in my Win 10. any all my images/graphics are either squished or stretched, over size or undersize. There is no sweet spot where all is perfect with respect to graphics in Win10. Never had that problem with Win 7.
I wanted to upgrade to stay with the times. Like the good old XP we know that Win 7 will fade away, so it's to move ahead or be left out.
I thought for sure that all these engineers would have done things right the first time and do some BETA Testing before they launched a new product.
An upgrade should have been seamless for a novice like me and others.
I did see a prompt where I could go back to Win 7 but now that prompt is gone (after 3 days). One guy at a local computer shop said I might need a new video card since my existing won't work with 10 as it did with 7.
Not sure what to do now.