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Find LCD Resolution

Below are common LCD resolutions in market for your reference. You can also sollow these instructions on how to find the resolution in Windows or on a MAC.

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SVGA 800 X 600
WSVGA 1024 X 600
XGA 1024 X 768
XGA+ 1152 X 864
WXGA 1280 X 720
WXGA 1280 X 768
WXGA 1280 X 800
SXGA– (UVGA) 1280 X 960
SXGA 1280 X 1024
HD 1360 X 768
SXGA+ 1400 X 1050
WXGA+ 1440 X 900
HD+ 1600 X 900
UXGA 1600 X 1200
WSXGA+ 1680 X 1050
FHD 1920 X 1080
WUXGA  1920 X 1200
QWXGA  2048 X 1152
WQHD  2560 X 1440
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DETERMINING YOUR RESOLUTION IN WINDOWS
Find the native resolution of your monitor. Knowing the native resolution of your monitor will help you quickly get the clearest image. In Windows 7, 8, and most versions OS X, the recommended resolution will be labeled. Below are some common resolutions for monitors:
  • Desktop widescreen monitors are usually 1920 x 1080, though 2560 x 1440 and 3440 x 1440 are becoming more popular. Older 4:3 flat panels may be 1280 x 1024.
  • Laptop monitors are usually 1366 x 768, though 1280 x 800, 1600 x 900, and 1920 x 1080 are also common.
  • MacBook Pro 13"s (2012 and later) have a resolution of 2560 x 1600. Full-size MacBook Pro Retina displays are 2880 x 1800.
  • "4K" desktop monitors are usually 3840 x 2160. iMac 5K displays are 5120 x 2880.

STEP 1

Right-click on your desktop. This is the quickest way to access your display controls

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STEP 2

Select "Screen resolution" (8 and 7), "Personalize" (Vista), or "Properties" (XP). This will open your display settings.

Windows Vista: Click "Display Settings" option in the Personalization menu.

Windows XP: Click the "Settings" tab after selecting "Properties".

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STEP 3
Select your active display (if necessary). Select the display that you want to check the resolution for. Click the Identify button to display numbers on each of your screens so that you can select the right one.
  • If you only have one display you can skip this step.

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STEP 4

Note your current resolution. Your current resolution will be shown in the "Resolution" drop-down menu or slider.

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STEP 5

Check if the current resolution says "Recommended". The Recommended resolution is the native resolution of your monitor. Selecting this will result in the clearest image.
  • Windows Vista and XP do not display the "Recommended" resolution. You will need to refer to your monitor's manual to determine the native resolution.

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STEP 6

Change your resolution using the slider. Clicking the "Resolution" drop-down menu in Windows 7 and 8 will display the slider. Drag the slider to change the display resolution on your monitor. Resolutions other than the recommended one will result in a blurry, stretched, or squished image.
  • Selecting a lower resolution will increase the size of objects on your screen.
  • If you don't know the native resolution of your monitor, set it to the highest possible option for the clearest image.

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DETERMINING YOUR RESOLUTION ON A MAC

STEP 1

Click the Apple menu and select "System Preferences". By default, OS X will choose the native resolution for your display, giving you in the clearest image. You can change this if a program calls for a certain resolution or you need to adjust the size of objects on your screen.

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STEP 2
Click the "Displays" option and then click the "Display" tab. You can select the display you want to adjust if you have multiple monitors.
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STEP 3
Select the "Scaled" option to change your resolution. By default, the "Best for display" option will be selected. This will set the display at your monitor's native resolution. Select "Scaled" if you want to choose a different option.
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