If you find that your Windows 10 screen is skewing or displaying in an oddly stretched manner, you may not be alone. Fortunately, there's a way to resolve such Windows 10 display issues.
We've received a number of emails from members about issues with their displays skewing or stretching on Windows 10. It's likely this has been caused by a recent Windows update.
How to fix Windows 10 display problems
We're advising members to update their display drivers - this has proven to be a successful fix in most cases. Plus, it's a relatively simple process to follow.
If you're not familiar with how to do this, first head to the Device Manager (it's easiest to get to this by searching device manager in the bottom-left Windows search bar and clicking the top result).
Next, try updating your display adapter to a new driver. To do this, scroll to find your display adapter, then right-click on the adapter and select Update Driver Software. Let the system search automatically for new drivers and install any it finds.
Alternative fix: roll back Windows 10
If that fails, you can rollback the Windows 10 update - provided you do so within 10 days of the update first installing.
To do this, open the Start menu and select Settings. Navigate to Update & security > Recovery. Click or tap the Get started button under Go back to an earlier build.
This will uninstall the current build of Windows 10 and go back to the one you were using previously. You will be prompted to install new Windows 10 updates again, but hopefully the newer round of updates will fix the display glitch.