You can make a huge difference in your life by simply changing your monitor’s resolution.
And it’s easy, too.
In this article, we’ll walk you through the process of making a simple, elegant change to your monitor.
The processThe first thing you need to do is decide how much resolution you want to change.
To do this, you’ll need to make a call.
If you want more screen real estate than the display is capable of displaying, you may want to increase the resolution of the display and thus increase the refresh rate.
You may also want to look into buying a new monitor.
For example, if you’re looking for a gaming monitor, you might be better off looking for an IPS panel.
This type of panel is capable to display high-quality images at a wide range of resolutions.
To do this process, you need a small piece of cardboard or something similar, and you’ll also need to buy some screen-rejuvenating hardware.
This includes a sheet of plastic that covers the back of the monitor and provides the necessary support for the display.
To get started, you can use any of the following methods to get your monitor back to its previous state:1.
Turn off your monitor and get a new one2.
Remove the old one3.
Take a fresh one from the shelf (or buy a new)4.
Put a new screen on your existing monitor5.
Re-install the new screen (this time with the screen back on)6.
Buy a new TV set for your new monitor7.
Buy another monitor8.
Use a computer to calibrate your monitor to the new resolutionThe steps for these steps are pretty straightforward.
Simply turn off your old monitor and find a place that will hold your new one.
This way, you will have a new display for your old one to work with.
Then, you simply need to pull your old screen from the screen-restoration cabinet, insert it into your new display, and take a fresh monitor from the rack.
This process can take a few minutes, so be patient.
You can also wait until the screen is completely re-charged, so that it can be used.
Once your screen is fully charged, you should be able to change the resolution to the display’s native resolution without any issues.
As you can see from the video below, the process is pretty straightforward, so you should feel confident in the process.
Now that you’ve changed your monitor, make sure to enjoy the new refresh rate that your monitor is now capable of.
If you want a detailed walkthrough on how to make your own monitor, check out this guide by user ggviz.