With the administrator account, login to your HP laptop and right click an empty spot on the desktop. From the list of options that appears, choose ‘Personalise’.
Choose ‘Display Settings’ and a window labelled Display Settings will popup. The ‘Monitor’ will be open on this window by default.
Under the ‘Monitor’ tab, look for a slider labelled ‘Resolution’. Use this slider to adjust the screen size. The screen size will decrease whereas the size of text and icons will increase if your drag the slider towards the left. On the other hand, if you drag the slider towards the right, the screen size will increase whereas the size of text and icons will decrease.
To enhance the display colours of the HP laptop, make sure that the colour settings are set at ‘Highest (32bit)’. The colour composition will become clear and sharp when you select this highest colour scheme.
Click the ‘OK’ button. You will be asked if you want to save the changes that you just made or not. Save them by click the ‘Yes’ button. You have fixed the basic display setting. Now you have to move on to fixing the advanced display settings such as the refresh rate of your HP laptop screen.
In order to fix the advanced display setting, simply right click an empty area on the laptop screen. Choose ‘Settings’ and the choose ‘Advanced Setting’.
Under the ‘Monitor’ tab, there will be dropdown menu labelled ‘screen refresh rate’. Choose the optimum screen refresh rate for your laptop. If not unsure as to what the manufacturer recommended screen refresh rate is, refer to the instructions manual that came along with your laptop.