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nicvac
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Higher resolution than 1366x768

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Notebook HP ProBook 450 G6
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Working with a 1366x768 resolution is almost impossible nowadays. For example app menus (like Word or Chrome) takes a lot of screen space.

I tried to set up a custom resolution using Intel Graphic Command Center Tool, but it says "Custom Resolution is not supported on Internal Display".

Is there a way to overcome this limitation? Maybe with specific video driver?

Running Linux is not a problem because I can set dpi to 72. But Windows 10 does not allow a dpi below 96 (that is the 100% scale settings in the video options).

 

 

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@nicvac wrote:

Working with a 1366x768 resolution is almost impossible nowadays.


@nicvac 

 

That is the physical number of lights on display panel. The series has 3 options as shown on page 1 of the following Guide

            http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c06200645.pdf

 

If you wish, you can buy the right part and replace it yourself using information from page 65

 

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BH
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Hi Banhien,

 thank you for your reply.

I cannot replace hardware parts on this laptop.

On Linux side the issue has been fixed just setting the dpi to 72 on desktop manager (gnome).

Because it is possible on Linux, I think I could be fixed the same (or similar) way in Windows too, for example creating a custom resolution with Intel Graphics Command Center. But this one says it cannot do it on my HP laptop.

How can I set 72 dpi on Windows 10? Or how can I enable custom resolution on my HP laptop?

Best,

Nicola

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