Windows 10: "windows adjust these settings to match your hardware capabilities"

  1.    05 May 2017 #1

    "windows adjust these settings to match your hardware capabilities"

    I use a laptop with an extended Asus 24i monitor.

    I usually revert back to and from dual display when gaming.

    Ever since I updated windows last week (big mistake), when I toy with the display resolution or extended/dual display I get the option to "revert" or "windows adjust these settings to match your hardware capabilities".

    Like what? There's barely any information on this and it's extremely frustrating as it forces my display to revert.

    Anyone able to shed some light on this?

    Much thanks. - Image File Attached (I think)
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