Using the optimal screen resolution for your type of monitor is important. You may have the world's best LCD flat-panel monitor, but if your screen resolution is set too low, it is not doing you any good. Resolution is measured in pixel width by pixel height, for example (1024 x 768). The bigger the monitor, the more pixels it has to work with. This page will help you change the resolution of your monitor so you can fit as much on your computer screen as possible.
Note to faculty/staff: Using the proper screen resolution will also help you avoid having to scroll when accessing INB inside the OneTech portal.
Please follow the steps below to set your screen resolution if you are running Windows 7:
- Step 1: Right-click on your desktop and choose "Screen resolution".
- Step 2: Use the Screen resolution slider to adjust your monitor's resolution. In most cases, you will slide this all the way to high.
- Step 3: Click OK to accept the new resolution.
You may need to try several different resolutions until you find the one that is right for your monitor.