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I AM USING A 15INCH LAPTOP... I HAVE UPGRADED IT TO WINDOWS 11 IT IS COMPATIBLE I HAVE CHECKED WITH THE PC HEALTH CHECK-UP APP...

I HAVE DONE CLEAN INSTALLATION THORUGH OFFICAL WEBSITE

BUT I HAVE 4 SNAP OPTIONS BUT IN VIDEOS AND ALL I HAVE SEEN IT HAS 6 SNAP OPTIONS EXAMPLE: https://youtu.be/6GPKACu1vd8?t=8        

I HAVE ASKED MICROSOFT SUPPORT THEY TRIED ALL THE WAYS THEN THEY TRIED TO CHECK THE SCREEN SCALE TO 100% then I GOT 6 SNAP OPTIONS AGIAN WHEN THEN SWITCHED TO RECOMMENDED SCREEN SCALE i.e. 125% THEN I GOT ONLY 4 SNAP OPTIONS... SO, THE MICROSOFT SUPPORT IN CHAT TOLD ME TO TELL HERE SO THAT MICROSOFT CAN FIX IT... IF I SWITCH TO 100% THE SCREEN IS SO SMALLER I SO CONFUSED WHAT TO DO?????? ANYONE HERE SO THAT SOMEBODY CAN HELP ME OUT

 

 

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Even my pc only has 4 snap layout options. Maybe the 6 snap layout is for larger screens or screens with a different aspect ratio🤷

Hi @VINAYAKBK 

It is better to use the Recommended resolution from the Scale and layout, if you change that the content might appear blurry or pixelated. Windows takes the recommendation based on your graphic card and the size of monitor. The video you have watched might be recorded on a bigger or higher resolution monitor.

@SalmanAhmed 

i have 15inch laptop !!! and INTEL UHD GRAPHICS

best response confirmed by VINAYAKBK (Copper Contributor)
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Hi @VINAYAKBK

It's quite possible that the video was recorded on a desktop computer with a bigger screen than your laptop. For more information, please visit the HP store as shared below, where you can see the most common size of monitors that are available in the market.

https://www.hp.com/in-en/shop/monitors.html

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best response confirmed by VINAYAKBK (Copper Contributor)
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Hi @VINAYAKBK

It's quite possible that the video was recorded on a desktop computer with a bigger screen than your laptop. For more information, please visit the HP store as shared below, where you can see the most common size of monitors that are available in the market.

https://www.hp.com/in-en/shop/monitors.html

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