This problem occurs due to an incorrect scaling setting or outdated display adapter drivers.
If you are also troubled by this issue, here are a couple of troubleshooting tips to help you resolve the problem.
How can I troubleshoot scaling issues in Windows 10?
1. Manually change the display size
- You can manually resize the display size to fit the screen using the graphic control panel.
- Depending on whether you have a dedicated GPU or integrated one, follow the steps below to manually adjust the display size.
Adjust display on Intel Graphics
- Type Intel in the search bar and click on the Intel Graphics Command Center option.
- In the Intel Graphics Command Center, click on click on Display (left pane).
- Click the General Settings tab.
- Under Value click the drop-down menu and select the display resolution of your monitor.
- For example, if the display only supports 1366 x 768-pixel resolution, select this option.
- If the monitor supports HD or UHD, select the resolution accordingly.
- Click on Keep if you can see the image on all the screen or Revert if not.
- If the issue persists, click on the Custom Resolution tab under Display.
- Click on Yes to acknowledge the warning message.
- Here you can manually change the height and width of the display. Make the necessary changes and click on the Add (+) button.
- You can select the Custom Resolution from the General settings again.
Adjust screen size on NVIDIA GPUs
- Right-click on the desktop and select Nvidia Control Panel.
- From the left pane, click on the Adjust desktop size and position tab.
- From the right pane, click the Size tab under Apply the following settings.
- Check the Enable desktop resizing box under resize the desktop if the display setting did not provide a proper fit section.
- Save the changes and check if Windows 10 fits the screen.
Adjust display size in AMD control panel
- Right-click on the desktop and click on AMD Radeon Settings.
- From the ADM Radeon Setting window, click the Display tab.
- Use the HDMI Scaling slider to adjust the HDMI scaling.
- The preview should be visible on the screen in realtime. Set the scaling to your preferred position and that’s it.
2. Update the display adapter driver
- If the issue persists, try updating the display adapter driver from the Device Manager.
- Type device in the search bar and click on Device Manager.
- In the Device Manager expand the Display Adapter section.
- Right-click on your graphics device and select Update Driver.
- Select Search automatically for updated driver and software option.
- Windows will now search for any pending update and download it.
- Once the update is installed, check if Windows 10 fit the screen.
Manually updating the graphics card driver can be a little bit time consuming and it might not be the optimal choice because the system might not locate the latest driver.
You have an easier and quicker way of doing that and that’s by using a dedicated software. The software recommended below fixes any problematic and updates all the drivers automatically in just a few seconds.
If you are a gamer, photo/video producer, or you deal daily with any kind of intensive visual workflows then you already know the importance of your graphics card (GPU).
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Follow these easy steps to safely update your drivers:
- Download and install DriverFix.
- Launch the software.
- Wait for DriverFix to detect all your faulty drivers.
- The application will now show you all the drivers that have issues, and you just need to select the ones you’d liked fixed.
- Wait for the app to download and install the newest drivers.
- Restart your PC for the changes to take effect.
Keep you GPU on the peaks of their performance without worrying about its drivers.
Disclaimer: this program needs to be upgraded from the free version in order to perform some specific actions.
If Windows 10 won’t fit on the TV screen, make sure you adjust the zoom option on the TV before making any changes on the source device.
Follow the steps in this article to fix the Windows 10 doesn’t fit the screen issue. Do let us know what fix worked for you in the comments.