How to Set A Custom Screen Resolution in Ubuntu Desktop

Last updated on May 3rd, 2021 [ac-box style=”alert”]This tutorial works for Ubuntu on Xorg. Since Ubuntu 21.04 uses Wayland as default, See another way works on both Xorg and Wayland.[/ac-box] Your preferred screen resolution is not available in the Display settings? Well, here I’m going to show you how to add a custom screen resolution… Continue reading How to Set A Custom Screen Resolution in Ubuntu Desktop

Change Your Linux Notebook To An Unsupported Screen Resolution

Want to change your Linux notebook desktop to an unsupported resolution? Well, there’s a small Nautilus script called newrez. It provides an graphical interface and lets your type in a resolution even higher than your display’s physical dimensions! Newrez does NOT “over-drive” the actual hardware. Instead, it defines a higher-resolution display on the netbook’s VGA… Continue reading Change Your Linux Notebook To An Unsupported Screen Resolution