Windows 10 Will Run on Low-Resolution 1024 x 600 Pixel Displays

Radu Tyrsina By: Radu Tyrsina
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Windows 10 packs many minor improvements that consumers aren’t aware off and we hear about them gradually thanks to Windows Insider participants. One of the newest feature is the fact that it will be able to run on low resolution display.
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The new Windows 10 Technical Preview build comes with support for 1024 x 600 pixel displays, which means that the new operating system will be available on lower-resolution displays, as well. While this feature has been discovered in a recent build of the preview of Windows 10, there are big chances that it will be available in the final version, as well.

It was also possible to run Windows 8.1 on lower-resolutions display, but it wasn’t possible to install apps from the Windows Store and this seemrf to be the case with Windows 10, as well, with early builds. But Microsoft released newer builds which have taken care of the problem.

Microsoft is bringing improved support for older hardware, so in case you have an old netbook lying around somewhere, go ahead and install Windows 10 on it or wait for the moment when it will finally be made available for a public release.

READ ALSO: Microsoft Discontinues the Surface Pro 2, Discounts to Follow

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