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NicoleSharp100
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keyboard shortcut to rotate screen

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Is there a keyboard shortcut to rotate the screen for a pivot monitor?

 

I am using the HP Pavilion 690-0010 desktop PC with AMD Radeon RX 550 graphics, 64-bit Microsoft Windows 10, and the HP EliteDisplay E243 desktop pivot monitor.

 

If not, can a keyboard shortcut for screen rotations please be added to the HP Display Center?  I cannot get the E243 monitor to autopivot (I don't think it supports this).

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hi

try this

https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/p/screen-rotate/9nblggh3zd5h?activetab=pivot:overviewtab

 


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Hello there,

You can rotate the screen to upside-down landscape, by hitting CTRL + ALT + Left Arrow, Right Arrow or Down arrow.

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That does not work.  From what I have read online, those particular keyboard shortcuts only work with computers that run Intel graphics, and is a feature provided by Intel software (not from Microsoft).

 

I haven't found any alternatives that wouldn't require installing new applications or hacking Windows.  This might be a new feature that would have to be added either to the HP Display Center or the AMD Radeon software.

 

Any other suggestions or alternatives would be appreciated.

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Oh i see,sorry for that.

if you can spare few minutes

please look up this link i have provided below and see if it is of any help:-

https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/education_ms/forum/all/how-to-rotate-or-adjust-video-on-teams/d4...

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hi

try this

https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/p/screen-rotate/9nblggh3zd5h?activetab=pivot:overviewtab

 


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Cool!  Thanks!  That does exactly what I want.  I didn't think to check the Windows Store for any rotation apps.  It allows using CTRL+ALT+R to rotate the screen and runs in the background.  I will have to check on the next startup though to see if it will automatically start with Windows like HP Display Center.

 

I would still like to see this feature added to the HP Display Center though.  That way I don't have to run two separate applications for monitor management.

 

Never mind on the Screen Rotate App from the Windows Store.  The "Minimize to Tray" feature unfortunately does not work for that app.  I thought it was working but it looks buggy.  I might have to hunt around for another third-party application to install instead, though I was hoping for a native solution from Microsoft, AMD, or HP.

 

Never mind my never mind 😐 .  It does work.  I was accidentally closing it instead of minimizing it.  I didn't realize it wouldn't minimize to the taskbar when it was closed.

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I did not understand everything, but you also have this

https://www.intowindows.com/how-to-create-keyboard-shortcut-to-rotate-screen-in-windows-10/

 


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Using an app from the Microsoft Windows Store is much more secure than anything that I have to download from a third-party website.  iRotate might be advantageous if it can automatically start with Windows, but only needing to run the Screen Rotate App just once and leaving it minimized on the taskbar is not so bad.  I think that is the best solution.

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