I have seen many people complaining “my computer screen is upside down”. Thus, I have come up with few solutions for windows and Mac users. Read on this article to know how to fix upside down computer screen.
You might be in great panic, when the Windows computer screen turns upside down for no apparent reason. You needn’t call the technician to fix the issue. Instead, you can do it all by yourself through a few simple steps.
Simple Solutions to your Complain “My Computer Screen is Upside Down”
Three Ways on How to Fix an Upside Down Screen in Windows 10/8/7
#Way 1 – Right click on your desktop and select ‘Graphic option >> Hot Keys’. Afterwards, make sure that ‘Enable’ has been selected.
Once you have enabled the hot keys, you can press ‘Crtl + Alt + Up arrow’ key to bring the screen back to normal. In case if you can’t get it to the desired orientation, then try various combinations with the arrow keys (up, down, left or right).
#Way 2 – Right click on the desktop and choose ‘Graphic Properties’ from the drop down menu.
In case if you don’t have a Graphics Card, then select the option which lets to adjust the display properties.
Under ‘General Settings’ section, adjust the rotation through different degrees. Change the setting from 180 to 0. Later, click ‘Apply’ to get fix the issue.
#Way 3 – If you are working on Windows 10, then you should right click on the ‘Start’ button and go to the WinX Menu. Select ‘Control Panel’ and open ‘Display’.
Scroll further down and click ‘Advanced display settings’. Moving ahead, click ‘Display adapter properties’.
Follow the path, ‘Control Panel >> Display >> Screen Resolution >> Advanced Settings >> Graphic Properties’, if you are using Windows 8 or 7 operating system.
Once you are directed to a property box, click on the ‘Graphics Control Panel’ tab and select ‘Rotation to 0 degrees’.
Finally, click ‘Apply’ and ‘OK’ to confirm the changes.
How to Fix Upside Down Computer Screen on Mac OS X Snow Leopard in Just Three Steps?
#Step 1: Press and hold ‘Command + Option’ for some time. As you continue holding, navigate to ‘System Preferences’.
#Step 2: Click ‘Displays’ under the ‘Hardware’ section.
#Step 3: On the pop up window, select the ‘Display’ tab. Later, select ‘Standard’ from the dropdown list of ‘Rotation’ option.
That’s all you can now view the screen under standard orientation.
Hope you have understood these ways. Since we write blogs on various issues, don’t use the steps for playing a prank.