The number of distinct pixels in each dimension displayed on the computer screen is known as the Screen Resolution.
Generally, the number of pixels is portrayed with a figure.
Horizontal Pixels by Vertical Pixels=1280 x 720 px
It is also widely called an “HD” resolution; it has 921600 Pixels only.
How to find a monitor resolution?
When a small pixel combines with the other pixels of a display, one can view a full image. More number of pixels in an image makes it visually sharp. So, let us see how to know the resolution of the monitor:
How to check monitor resolution?
To check monitor resolution from the Windows Operating System, do these steps:
- On your Windows desktop, right-click your mouse.
- Click on “Screen Resolution” from the list.
- Check the computer’s screen resolution, which appears on the screen. Suppose it is 1366*768 px. Then, the 1st figure is the number of Horizontal Pixels, and the 2nd number is the number of Vertical Pixels.
Note: If you spot a label saying “Recommended” next to this figure, Windows is trying to convey that the screen resolution is the most compatible with matching your monitor or display.