Windows 10: Laptop and External Monitor - 2 settings - Setup Scale/Resolution Help
Laptop and External Monitor - 2 settings - Setup Scale/Resolution Help
I'm having issues setting this up. I have a laptop that I use as my main workstation using a 27" monitor as the main display, while the laptop display is off. The resolution is 2560x1440.
I have the resolution and scaling setup perfectly for the few programs I use the most.
My problem is when I want to use the Laptop unplugged from the 27" monitor (say...on the couch) the text and icons are tiny and tough to use just to browse email and the web.
Is there a way to have my Laptop screen have a different scaling or resolution when its away from my desk so it's easier to use.
And will I be able to plug it back in to the External Monitor with previous Large Monitor settings intact?
Thanks in advance,
Lenovo X1 Carbon i7
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