Because Windows 10 runs on devices with all sorts of form factors, from tablets and laptops to desktop monitors that physically rotation from landscape to portrait, Windows includes the ability to flip and rotate the screen to suit whichever display you're using.
If you need to adjust the screen for a new device, or it's stuck in the wrong orientation, you can flip the display to fit your needs.
It's a quick tip that the techniques discussed below work in Windows 7.
In the display settings in windows, you can flip or rotation your screen.
This is the first thing. In the context menu, right-click a blank area and select display settings.
You can reduce the number of windows by pressing Windows Key + M.
There are two If you have more than one monitor, choose the display you need to rotation.
There are three. Select the rotation you want from the drop-down. Landscape, Portrait, and Portrait are available.
There are four. Press the Escape key if you pick the wrong one. You can keep the changes if you like them.
Another way to open the display settings is to click the Start button and choose the system you want to open.
Some versions of Windows allow you to flip the screen with keyboard commands. If you still use an older version of Windows, here are your options.