Windows 10: 1366x768 monitor scale to 1080p?

Discus and support 1366x768 monitor scale to 1080p? in Windows 10 Ask Insider to solve the problem; How can I rescale my laptop monitor to 1080p? I have to run an app that requires 1080p? Yes I know pixels can't be added. What I meant is to have my... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Ask Insider' started by /u/fitzgerald69, Jan 14, 2021 at 1:47 AM.

  1. 1366x768 monitor scale to 1080p?


    How can I rescale my laptop monitor to 1080p? I have to run an app that requires 1080p? Yes I know pixels can't be added. What I meant is to have my display become smaller and wider (with black bars on top) and smaller icons or letters not actually to have more resolution.

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    /u/fitzgerald69, Jan 14, 2021 at 1:47 AM
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  2. derek10 Win User

    Trying to scale one monitor, but it's scaling all of them, help!

    I think it's related to the running app

    I used to do the same thing for my (previous) dual monitor setup with extended desktop, with one 1080p (125%) and another to 1366x768 (100%) and in some apps, the window appeared too big on the 1366x768 because was scaled to 125.
     
  3. Dual Monitor Setup issues - 4k and 1080p combination

    The issue is worse than it seems at first. I have a 4k display (200%) scaling and a 1080p display (100% scaling) and even office apps look blurry on the 1080p display. If I unplug the 4k display and reboot the problem goes away. I believe the problem is
    present on all apps and is a system issue. It's been suggested that to get the 100% scaling everything on both monitors is generated at 200% and then the part on the 1080p display is downsampled to 100%, resulting in the poor quality.

    As it is Windows 10 is almost unusable with a very different DPI dual monitor setup.
     
    RichardLittlewood, Jan 14, 2021 at 1:55 AM
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  4. Mørket Win User

    1366x768 monitor scale to 1080p?

    Screen resolution scaling

    Hi.

    As both Windows and Linux user, I've been using screen scaling on Linux to be able to force (emulate?) a 1920x1080 resolution on my 1366x768 screen with the following command:

    xrandr --output LVDS --panning 1920x1080 --scale 1.406x1.406

    The 1080p output, as it seems, is done via GPU - as I don't see any impact performance on my computer. I can confirm that I have a 1080p resolution because even the screenshots are 1920x1080.

    So, is there any way to do the same thing, but on Windows? By the way, my screen's max resolution is 1366x768. I don't want to scale just some elements (text, icons) to make it look like a 1080p resolution. I want a 'real' 1080p
    resolution.

    Cheers.
     
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