The resolution of your mac’s screen tells how sharp the image is and how much information can fit on screen. It is vital to know your screen’s resolution especially if you want to run a full-screen game or application at native resolution, the image will look it’s best.
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In this guide, we will show you how to find your Mac’s Screen Resolution.
Find Your Mac’s Screen Resolution
Here’s how to find it:
First, click on the Apple icon given on the upper-left corner of the mac’s screen.
From the drop-down menu, select the “About This Mac” option.
Now, click on the “Displays” tab on the window that pops up.
On the “Display” screen, you will see the information regarding the display you have built-in or attached your Mac.
Screen-resolution is the set of numbers listed in the parenthesis just after the size of the display, i.e. the image below says “27-Inch (2560 x 1440)” which means that the Mac has a 27-inch display with 2560 x 1140-pixel resolution.
If you have more than one display attached to your Mac, you will find the other screen’s resolution also displayed here.
Now that you know your display’s resolution, you can now find the best wallpapers that fit your screen and run games at its best possible quality. You can adjust the screen resolution by clicking on the “Displays Preferences” button in this window. It will take you to “System Preferences” where you can tweak your display settings to fit your needs.
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