You’ve just bought a new monitor and you’re excited to set it up. But when you connect it to your computer, you notice that the image doesn’t fill the screen. It’s not a big deal, but it would be nice to have the image take up the whole screen. Here’s how to fix it.
The first thing you need to do is find the display settings for your computer. On a Windows PC, this is usually done by right-clicking on the desktop and selecting “Display Settings.” On a Mac, you’ll need to go to the “System Preferences” and then select “Displays.”
Once you’re in the display settings, you should see both of your monitors listed. If not, make sure that both monitors are turned on and properly connected to your computer. If they are, then you’ll need to select the second monitor and change the “Resolution” setting.
The resolution is the number of pixels that make up the image on the screen. The higher the resolution, the more detail you’ll see in the image. But it also means that the image will take up more space on the screen. So, if your second monitor has a higher resolution than your first monitor, you’ll need to change the resolution of the second monitor to match the first.
To do this, simply click on the drop-down menu next to the “Resolution” setting and select the same resolution as your first monitor. If you’re not sure what resolution your first monitor is, you can usually find this information in the “Specs” section of the product page. Once you’ve made the change, click “Apply” and then “OK” to save the changes.
Now, when you go back to your desktop, you should see that the image on your second monitor fills the screen. If it doesn’t, you may need to adjust the “Position” or “Size” settings for the second monitor. But this is usually only necessary if the resolution of the two monitors is different.
That’s all there is to it! By following these simple steps, you can make sure that the image on your second monitor fills the screen. This can be a great way to improve your productivity or simply make your desktop look more aesthetically pleasing.