Rotating the screen in Windows 10 can be useful when you need to view content in portrait mode, such as reading long documents or browsing websites. Here’s how to rotate your screen in Windows 10:
- Right-click on your desktop: Make sure you’re on the desktop and not in an application or folder.
- Click on “Display settings”: This will open the Display settings page in the Settings app.
- Scroll down to “Orientation”: You can find this under the “Scale and layout” section.
- Choose your screen orientation: From the drop-down menu, select the orientation you want to use. You can choose from Landscape, Portrait, Landscape (flipped), and Portrait (flipped).
- Click on “Keep changes” to save your settings: Your screen should now rotate to the selected orientation.
If you have a keyboard with a shortcut key for rotating the screen, you can use that instead. For example, some laptops have a combination of the Ctrl, Alt, and arrow keys to rotate the screen.
Note that not all graphics cards support screen rotation, so if you don’t see the option to change the screen orientation in the Display settings, it’s likely that your graphics card doesn’t support it.