Don't-Miss Display Stories
When you need to get serious work done, the more monitors the merrier. And if you don't have a spare VGA, DVI, or HDMI port, you can still use USB.
Want to boost the scaling on your 1080p monitor by a little and your 4K display by a lot? With Windows 10 that's an easy fix.
The more displays your computer has, the better—but there are considerations to keep in mind as you move into extreme multi-monitor setups for enhanced productivity and gaming.
Will that big, sexy screen look as good on your desk as it does in your living room? Let's dig into the specifics of using an HDTV with your PC.
Spilled soda on your laptop? Broke your screen? Here’s what you can do.
You turn on your PC. The lights come on. The fan spins. But the screen remains black. Here's what you should do about it.
You've paid good money for a high-resolution display. Here's how to enjoy it with Linux's GNOME desktop.
Everything you need to know to figure out device support between newer and older devices, and setting it up with Windows or Android devices.
Thanks to your greasy fingers, touchscreens get dirty quicker than old-fashioned monitors. Here's how to clean off the schmutz.
If your laptop's LCD screen is cracked, black, or otherwise broken, it doesn't mean your notebook's a paperweight. Here's step-by-step instructions on how to replace a broken laptop screen.
Here's everything you need to know before spending big bucks on a pixel-packed 4K monitor.
These settings will make your screen a bit easier to read, from boosting the size of text to zooming your display with your fingertips.