Do you want to change monitor refresh rate? Well, this truly recommended for the monitor with cathode ray tube. Adjusting the refresh rate of LCD or laptop monitors is not mandatory. Before sliding in with the process we just try to understand what is refresh rate?
The refresh rate describes how many times a monitor refreshes an image per second. For example, if the refresh rate of a monitor is 60 Hz then it will refresh or display an image 60 times in a second. Monitor with high refresh rate seems to more stable and doesn’t flicker at times.
In this section, we will discuss the method to change the monitor refresh rate.
Steps to Change Monitor Refresh Rate in Windows 10:
Step 1: Type Display Settings in the Windows search box and from the displayed result click on ‘Display settings’.
Step 2: A Settings window will pop up here in the navigation menu you have to click on Display.
Step 3: Under Display, you have click on Advanced display settings.
Step 4: Now, in Advance display settings you have to click on ‘Display adapter properties for Display 1’.
In case you have multiple screens attached to your processor then first select the screen of which you want to change the refresh rate.
Step 5: A new window ‘Generic PnP Monitor and Intel(R) UHD Graphics Properties’ will be displayed on your screen where you have to go to the Monitor tab and under Monitor Settings you can change the ‘Screen refresh rate’ of your monitor.
If you want to adjust your screen resolution in parallel then go to the Adapter tab of the same window and click on the List All Modes.
A new window ‘List All Modes’ will pop up and here you can adjust the screen resolution, colour and refresh rate of your monitor at the same time. After selection click OK.
Done you have changed your monitors refresh rate. So, this is all about the steps to change the monitors refresh rate. Hope this content is useful. Keep reading.