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  1. Gaming Enable or Disable Variable Refresh Rate for Games in Windows 11

    Variable refresh rate (VRR) allows a monitor with VRR capabilities, including AMD’s FreeSync, Nvidia’s G-SYNC, and VESA DisplayPort Adaptive-Sync, to automatically adjust its refresh rate based on the frame rate of the image being displayed. The feature enables VRR support for DirectX 11 full...
  2. System View Display Information in Windows 11

    Windows 11 makes is easy to view display information about your built-in display or connected monitor(s). This tutorial will show you how to view information about displays in Windows 11. Here's How: 1 Open Settings (Win+I). 2 Click/tap on System on the left side, and click/tap on Display...
  3. System Enable or Disable Auto Color Management for Apps in Windows 11

    Creative professionals and enthusiasts care about fully calibrated, accurate colors because it helps to make sure colors remain consistent from the beginning to the end of their projects. Auto color management on SDR (standard dynamic range) displays in Windows 11 provides system-level color...
  4. System Change Display Color Profile in Windows 11

    You can manually assign different color profiles to different display devices, creating a uniform color experience across all of your devices. Reference: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/about-color-management-2a2ed8fa-cf09-83c5-e55c-d1428519f616 This tutorial will show you how to...
  5. System Turn On or Off Projecting to this PC Only when Plugged In in Windows 11

    You can use the Projecting to this PC feature to have apps and content from another device show on your PC screen. Projecting to this PC uses the Wireless Display app to wirelessly project (mirror) a phone, PC, or Android device to the screen on your PC, and use its keyboard, mouse, and other...
  6. Apps Allow or Block Devices to Project to This PC in Windows 11

    You can use the Projecting to this PC feature to have apps and content from another device show on your PC screen. Projecting to this PC uses the Wireless Display app to wirelessly project (mirror) a phone, PC, or Android device to the screen on your PC, and use its keyboard, mouse, and other...
  7. System Change When to Ask to Project to this PC in Windows 11

    You can use the Projecting to this PC feature to have apps and content from another device show on your PC screen. Projecting to this PC uses the Wireless Display app to wirelessly project (mirror) a phone, PC, or Android device to the screen on your PC, and use its keyboard, mouse, and other...
  8. System Enable or Disable Projecting to this PC in Windows 11

    You can use the Projecting to this PC feature to have apps and content from another device show on your PC screen. Projecting to this PC uses the Wireless Display app to wirelessly project (mirror) a phone, PC, or Android device to the screen on your PC, and use its keyboard, mouse, and other...
  9. System Calibrate HDR display using Windows HDR Calibration app in Windows 11

    HDR content offers better brightness and color capabilities compared to traditional content (sometimes called standard dynamic range [SDR] content). Traditional content typically shows details in a bright part of a scene or a darker part of a scene but not in both parts at the same time. For...
  10. System Change Lock Screen Timeout to Turn Off Display After in Windows 11

    Console lock display off timeout is the amount of minutes Windows will wait idle with no activity while on the lock screen when a user locks the computer before timing out and automatically turning off the display. The Console lock display off timeout setting is set to 1 minute by default for...
  11. Personalization Add "Turn off display" Context Menu in Windows 11

    By default, You can specify a screen timeout for how long the PC sits inactive without user activity before all connected displays automatically turn off. When your display turns off, you would just need to move the mouse, touch the touchpad or touchscreen, click a mouse or touchpad button, or...
  12. System Calibrate Built-in Display for HDR Video in Windows 11

    HDR content offers better brightness and color capabilities compared to traditional content (sometimes called standard dynamic range [SDR] content). Traditional content typically shows details in a bright part of a scene or a darker part of a scene but not in both parts at the same time. For...
  13. System Change HDR or SDR Content Brightness for HDR Display in Windows 11

    HDR content offers better brightness and color capabilities compared to traditional content (sometimes called standard dynamic range [SDR] content). Traditional content typically shows details in a bright part of a scene or a darker part of a scene but not in both parts at the same time. For...
  14. System Turn On or Off HDR Video Streaming in Windows 11

    HDR content offers better brightness and color capabilities compared to traditional content (sometimes called standard dynamic range [SDR] content). Traditional content typically shows details in a bright part of a scene or a darker part of a scene but not in both parts at the same time. For...
  15. System Arrange Displays in Windows 11

    If you have multiple displays, you can change how they're arranged. This is helpful if you want your displays to match how they're set up in your home or office. See also...
  16. System Identify Displays in Windows 11

    When you have multiple displays connected in Windows 11, you may need help to identify the displays to see which number corresponds to a display. A number appears on the screen of the display it's assigned to. See also...
  17. System Turn On or Off Remove Display from Desktop in Windows 11

    If you are running the Windows 11 Enterprise or the Windows 11 Pro for Workstations editions, you will have a Remove display from desktop feature that allows you to use your monitor as a Specialized Display. A monitor is categorized as “specialized” if it is neither intended to be used as a...
  18. Apps Install or Uninstall Wireless Display app in Windows 11

    If you’re working on a Windows PC and want the apps and content from another device to show on your PC screen, you’ll want to consider mirroring that device‘s screen or projecting it to your PC. The Wireless Display app allows other devices to wirelessly project to this PC's screen, and use its...
  19. Network and Internet Connect to Wireless Display with Miracast in Windows 11

    Miracast is a wireless technology your PC, laptop, or tablet can use to project your screen to wireless TVs, projectors, and streaming media players that also support Miracast. You can use this to share what you’re doing on your PC, present a slide show, or even play your favorite game on a...
  20. System Project Display in Windows 11

    If you have more than one display connected in Windows, you can use choose a display option with Project to change what shows on your displays. This tutorial will show you how to project the main display to the PC screen only, duplicate, extend, or second screen only for all users in Windows...
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