Rotate Desktop Screen in Windows 7

About: There is a feature in Windows 7 where you can rotate your desktop or computer screen from the standard landscape to portraits mode. It is useful for applications such as documents and others that requires a tall and lengthy reading. This feature can be found under Display Settings. From there a display can be rotated [...]

There is a feature in Windows 7 where you can rotate your desktop or computer screen from the standard landscape to portraits mode. It is useful for applications such as documents and others that requires a tall and lengthy reading.

This feature can be found under Display Settings. From there a display can be rotated from landscape to portrait or horizontal to vertical mode. Of course, a monitor, preferably LCD should also be rotated 90 degrees to fully use this feature. To rotate your view, follow this simple steps.

1. Go to Start > Control Panel.

2. Click on Hardware and Sound.

3. Hardware list is shown. Look for Display itemsĀ and click on Adjust screen resolution.

4. “Change the appearance of your displays.” Go to orientation selections and choose one.

Rotate Display In Windows 7

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