Microsoft recently rolled out Windows 10 Build 20236 to Windows Insiders in the Dev Channel. The update comes with improvements for in-built display monitor settings.
Microsoft is testing a useful feature in the latest build of Windows 10 using which users can change refresh rate of their selected display. The feature is baked inside Windows 10 OS that means you don’t have to use Intel and Nvidia app to change the refresh rate.
You might be wondering why we need that feature, right? The higher refresh rate for display allow smoother motion. With this feature, you will get option to pick the right refresh rate for your display.
How to Change Refresh Rate of Display in Windows 10
In case, you want to give it a try, then here’s how you can do that:
Make sure, you’re using Windows 10 Build 20236 or above.
Next, launch Settings app and then head over to System > Display.
Here on the right side, scroll down to bottom and select Advanced display settings.
Here, head over to the Refresh Rate section and using the drop-down select the right refresh rate.
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