How to Change Your Monitor’s Refresh Rate on Windows 10

What is the refresh rate? It is the number of times per second an image refreshes on the screen; for example, if the refresh rate is 80 HZ, it means the picture display on-screen refreshes 80 times in a second. It determines how smoothly motion on your screen works when playing games etc. greater refresh rate means a smoother gaming experience. But a higher refresh rate reduces battery life because it uses more power, so if you are using a laptop or tablet, you need to reduce the refresh rate to maintain your system’s battery life. These are the following steps to change the refresh rates of your PC. You can follow these steps if you want to change the refresh rate according to your pc demand or tablet, etc.

How to Change Your Monitor’s Refresh Rate on Windows 10

First, click on the Window Start button and search for Settings.

Monitor’s Refresh Rate

Now, select the System option.

Monitor’s Refresh Rate

Next, under the Display category, scroll down a bit, and click on “Advanced display settings.”

Monitor’s Refresh Rate

Now select the refresh rate you want to change according to your own choice and click ok.

Monitor’s Refresh Rate

If you choose a higher refresh rate, it will directly affect the battery health; you need to be careful while choosing refresh rate according to your PC specifications. 

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