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Article Title: Obtaining Information About Your Computer Monitor Display System
Author: Michael J. Casimir
Creation Date: October 25, 2013
Last Modified: Friday, October 25, 2013 10:35 PM
Applies To:
Windows XP Media Centre Edition
Windows XP Home Edition
Windows 7
Windows Vista

1.4G - Obtaining Information About Your Computer's Monitor

You can configure your monitor by clicking the Monitor tab on the Advanced Display Settings window. To change the settings for a monitor select one from the list provided and click the Properties button. Windows will then display detailed information about your monitor. The illustration below shows this step.


Figure 1.4J - Monitor Properties Window
1. To change the properties for the current monitor click the Properties button. This will bring up the monitor properties window and allow you to configure any monitor attached to your system.

2. To change the screen refresh rate for your monitor select a setting from the list below the "screen refresh rate" label. If the "Hide modes that this monitor cannot display" is checked, only suitable modes for your monitor will show.
3. To finalize any changes click the OK button or click Cancel to disregard any changes.

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