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How to Rotate Windows

There are various reasons why you might want to rotate your screen in Windows.

It often makes more sense when using as a second screen, particularly if you like to have messaging apps open while you work. It may be useful for digital artists, so you can see your photo frame. On a separate monitor, you might want to have easier access to particular ports you use regularly too.

There are three key ways this can be done on a Windows laptop or PC. The easiest way is to head into settings on your device, but you may prefer to shorten this with a keyboard shortcut or even change it through your graphics card settings. 

Rotate screen using keyboard shortcuts

Rotate screen using Windows Display settings

Rotate screen with Intel graphics

Rotate screen with Nvidia graphics

Rotate screen with AMD graphics


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