Windows 7 video memory settings

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i am new in Windows 7 now tell me how to know my video memory. then please tell me how to know and change my display resolution.

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Windows 7 video memory settings

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It is easy to know what is your video memory is and also what is your display resolution as well as changing it. Let’s start with “video memory” go to your desktop and right click on the free ground( not on any file or any folder) then click on to personalize now click on to “display “ on the left side of your window then on to the “adjust resolution” on the left and then “advance” middle of your window. If you want to change your resolution or see what it is go to your desktop again and click and click on to screen resolution. You will find it successfully.  

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Windows 7 video memory settings

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Hello Rosy,

To know your video memory, just go to start, and in the in the blank search field, type run. Press enter.

In the dialog box that will come up, type 'dxdiag' without the quotes and press enter

The message box that will show up next has a lot your system features that you can view from there e.g. the video memory, the computer name.

To change the display resolution, right click on your desktop, and in the message box that will come up next, click on 'display'.

Click on 'change display settings'

Change your resolution to whichever you want from there.

Hope this helps.

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Regards,
Lee Hung.

 

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