Rotating your screen display is a pretty nifty option. If you are looking to find out how to rotate screen in Windows 10 and Windows 8, you are at the right place. In this article I’ll talk about several ways to rotate screen in Windows.
Rotate Screen in Windows
1- Perhaps the easiest way to rotate screen in Windows 10 if from display settings. You can open display settings by right clicking on desktop and clicking “Display Settings”. From here, you can switch your display to different forms, like portrait and landscape. You can change the complete orientation of your screen and rotate it easily.
2- If you are using Windows 8 or Windows 7, the just right click on Desktop and click on screen resolution. Now you can click on displays and drag and drop screens and monitors (with numbers written on them) to change the screen orientation.
3- Most of the desktops and PCs these days have Intel graphics cards. If you have one, you can rotate screen by right clicking on desktop and then clicking on “Graphics Options”. Here, you will get a drop down menu from where you’d be able to change the orientation of your display.
4- If your computer has NVidia graphics card, you rotate screen in Windows by going to Nvidia Control Panel. You can open this control panel by right clicking on desktop and then choosing NVidia control panel option. Now in the left options pan, you’ll see an option called Rotate display. Use this option to rotate screen.
Some users might face the error which says you cannot rotate screen with Stereoscopic 3D enabled. Just click the error link and uncheck ‘Enable Stereoscopic 3D’. Then you will see the options for rotating the display back in the Rotate display section.
This was how to rotate screen in Windows 10, 8 and 7. If you are unable to fix the problem, let us know in the comments.