Under normal circumstances, Windows is pretty good about automatically using your monitor with the proper screen/display resolution. However, if you ever find your screen suddenly looks a lot larger and more pixelated, or everything suddenly looks way too small. Maybe you just got a new monitor and it doesn't look how it did when you saw it at the store. You may need to change your screen resolution. Thankfully, Windows 11 makes this nice and easy to do and here's how you do this:1. Right-click in any open space on your computer desktop, and from the menu that appears, click on Display Settings. 2. If you have multiple displays, you should be sure to select the monitor you want to adjust under Display by clicking on the number for the monitor to change its settings. 3. Scroll down the page and locate Display resolution under Scale & layout. Click the listed resolution to open a drop-down menu you can use to select the other options available. Once selected, it will automatically change the resolution of the monitor. 4. Once the display resolution is applied, a new window will appear with a 15-second counter to either select Save changes for the new resolution or select Revert to return to the prior resolution setting. If you do not make a selection, it will revert the display resolution back to the prior setting automatically.