How to rotate the display of your screen on Windows ?.


To rotate the screen of your computer under Windows, there are several methods. You can use the display settings of your PC, your graphics card or simply pass by a keyboard shortcut. In this tutorial, we will explain to you not to not these 3 techniques.

Keyboard shortcut .


There is a keyboard shortcut to rotate your screen, but it only works on some computers.

Try : Ctrl + Alt + arrow up/down

If this keyboard shortcut has no effect, then right-click on your desktop and read on.

Display settings .


On Windows 10, right-click on your desktop and then select display Settings. Get off, you will find 4 display options : Portrait, Landscape, Portrait (flipped) and Landscape (flipped).

On Windows 8, also make a right click on the desktop, then select screen Resolution.

You will see a graph schematically showing your screen, in the tab Orientation choose between Landscape and Portrait.

Intel graphics chipset .


If your laptop or PC has an Intel graphics adapter, rotate the on screen display can be performed in two ways.

After clicking‑right on your desktop, select graphic Properties or graphic Options.

Option 1 : Property graphics → Options and assistance → Manager, quick keys, to the right you are given the keyboard shortcut to rotate your screen.

Option 2 : graphics Options → Rotate → digital Display.



If you have an Nvidia graphics card, when you right‑click on the desktop, select NVIDIA configuration Panel (not screen Resolution).

In the left-hand menu, choose Rotate display. If a message indicates that it is not possible to perform rotation of the screen, then click on the link and uncheck the option to Enable Stereoscopic 3D.

Back in the Rotate display and select the display that suits you.

AMD graphics .


For the PC that work with an AMD graphics card, right-click on your desktop and select Catalyst Control Center.

The menu AMD varies slightly depending on the age of your computer, but you will find the display options in the left side bar. On our PC, they were under the Tasks tab to display current.