Have you been using your monitor for years, but it's still showing its age? Or maybe you just bought a new monitor and want to get the most out of it. No matter what your situation is, this guide can help you update your monitor. In this article, we will go over how to update your Camera Monitor and some tips that might make things easier for you.
Go to the Start menu
Click on the search bar
Type in "display" and then click on the first result (which should be "Display")
Click on "Display Settings" under Settings (this will bring up a window where you can set your monitor's resolution)
To update your monitor:
Click on the Windows button and then click on Settings.
In the Settings menu, select Display from the options on the left hand side of the screen (or you can just press Win + I). This will open up a new window where you can choose between different displays and monitors connected to your computer. Clicking any one of these will allow you to make changes or configure them as needed.
Clicking Apply in this window will take you back to your desktop where there should be an icon in top right corner which indicates that there are updates available for some part of your computer system such as Intel Graphics or Network Adapter Card Drivers
To update your monitor, you'll need to go to the Advanced Display Settings page. You can access this by going to Settings > System > Display.
Once you're on the display settings page, click on your monitor tab and then click 'Properties'.
From there, you'll see a new window pop up with information about your screen resolution and color depth (available colors). The last section will have an option labeled 'Update Driver'. Clicking this button will prompt Windows 10 to search for any available updates for your display driver software. If one is found, Windows 10 will download and install it for you automatically!
Click on the Camera Control Monitor (1) tab and select the monitor you want to update.
Click on the Properties button (2).
The "Change Settings" dialog box appears, as shown in Figure 2-4.
Click the Properties button. This will open a window with your monitor's current settings and other options. You can change any of these settings by using the drop-down menus or clicking on icons to add or remove items from the main panel.
To change the name of your monitor (to something like "My Monitor"), go to Display Properties > Settings > Advanced Settings, and then click on Monitor Name in order to edit it.
To change color settings, go to Display Properties > Color Management in order to pick between User Defined and Standard modes for each mode (RGB / YUV). If you're not sure about what color mode is best for your computer or monitor, try them both out—they may look different depending on what type of screen you have!
Also under Color Management is an option called Calibrate Display Colors Using Spyder5Elite Software - this is useful if you have a Spyder5Elite calibrator device connected via USB cable. When enabled, this will allow you adjust brightness levels more accurately than through traditional controls like Brightness sliders found under Control Panel > Appearance & Personalization > Personalization > Display Settings (if available).
You can update your monitor via simple steps.
Step 1: Open the Settings app on your PC or Mac, then select “Display” from the sidebar menu. You should see a list of available resolutions for your monitor at this point—if not, scroll down until you find one that matches the name of your monitor and click on it to apply the changes.
Step 2: Click “Apply” in the bottom right corner of this window and wait for Windows 10 to update its display settings—this may take a while depending on how fast your internet connection is and whether other users are using bandwidth at that moment in time.
Now that you know how to update your monitor, it’s time to put those skills into action!