How to use multiple monitors in Windows - Microsoft Support
If you have multiple displays, you can change how they're arranged. This is helpful if you want your displays to match how they're set up in your home or office. In Display settings, select and drag the display to where you want. Do this with all the displays you want to move. When you're happy with the layout, select Apply.
Screen mirroring and projecting to your PC - Microsoft Support
After “Wireless Display” is installed, select Back to manage your projecting preferences on the Projecting to this PC page in Settings. On the PC you’re projecting to, launch the Wireless Display app by entering “wireless display” in the search box on the taskbar, and selecting Wireless Display in the list of results.
Find your Windows product key - Microsoft Support
Generally, if you bought a physical copy of Windows, the product key should be on a label or card inside the box that Windows came in. If Windows came preinstalled on your PC, the product key should appear on a sticker on your device. If you’ve lost or can’t find the product key, contact the manufacturer. To ensure your product key is ...
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Change your screen resolution in Windows - Microsoft Support
In the Display resolution row, select the list and choose an option. It's usually best to stick with the one that's marked (Recommended). Monitors can support resolutions that are lower than their native resolutions, but text won't look as sharp and the display might be small, centered on the screen, edged with black, or stretched.
Connect a wireless display to your Windows PC - Microsoft Support
If you're using a Miracast dongle or adapter, make sure it's plugged in to the display. On your PC, make sure Wi-Fi is turned on. On the right side of the taskbar, select the Network icon > Cast, then select your display or wireless adapter. Follow any additional instructions on the screen. Otherwise, you're done.
Create installation media for Windows - Microsoft Support
To create the installation media, here's what you'll need: A PC with a reliable internet connection. The download time will vary, depending on your internet connection. A USB flash drive, external hard drive, or DVD. A blank USB flash drive or external hard drive with at least 8 GB of space, or a blank DVD (and DVD burner).
Change your country or region in Microsoft Store
Change your region in Windows. When you make your first purchase in the new locale, you'll be prompted to update your billing info. Select Start > Settings > Time & Language > Language & Region. Under Country or region, select your new region. You can switch back to your original region at any time.
Troubleshoot screen flickering in Windows - Microsoft Support
Screen flickering in Windows 11 is usually caused by a display driver issue or incompatible app. To determine whether a display driver or app is causing the problem, check to see if Task Manager flickers. Then, based on that information, you'll need to update, rollback, or uninstall your display driver or update or uninstall the app.
Change your browser home page - Microsoft Support
Open Firefox, then select the three, horizontal lines next to the profile icon. Select Options, then select the Home icon. Under New Windows and Tabs, select the dropdown next to Homepage and new windows. Choose the option you prefer: Firefox Home (Default), Custom URLs, or Blank Page.
Enable and disable your touchscreen in Windows - Microsoft Support
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