In the trending era, many smartphone companies brought higher refresh rate devices that jumped up 120Hz/144Hz, now our computers have sifted up to 300Hz screens. And now, Windows 10 is adding a similar option to allow users to have a buttery smooth experience on their PCs.
According to the latest information, Windows 10 Preview Build 20236 has introduced the option to change the refresh rate for the selected display. While the option will show up for standard 60Hz panel users, it will be most useful for gamers and creatives who use a high refresh rate display.
The refresh rate indicates that the number of times the content on your screen is updated. Now, if you are running the latest Windows 10 Insider build, here’s how you can set the refresh rate for your monitor. Just head to ‘Settings > System > Display’ and scroll down to the bottom to see the ‘Advanced display settings’ option. Click on it and again, at the very bottom of this page, you will see a new ‘Refresh rate’ section. You can check out this new feature in the screenshot above.