How to flip or rotate the screen on a Windows computer to fit your display
Because Windows 10 runs on devices with all sorts of form factors — from tablets and laptops to desktop monitors that physically rotate from landscape to portrait — Windows includes the ability to flip and rotate the screen to suit whatever display you're using.
- Right-click the Windows desktop (on a blank space where there's no open program window) and click "Display Settings" in the pop-up menu.
- On the Display page, if you have more than one monitor installed, choose the display you need to rotate.
- Click the orientation drop-down and choose the rotation you need. You can choose Landscape, Portrait, Landscape (Flipped) or Portrait (Flipped).
- If you accidentally choose the wrong one, press the Escape key to revert to the way it was before. If you like the change, click "Keep Changes."
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