Query Windows screen resolution via the command prompt!
The screen resolution via the command prompt can be easily queried under Windows 11, 10, ... etc. and MS Server OS!
Find out your screen resolution, and other information about your graphics card, by using a command in the command prompt or PowerShell on Windows Desktop or MS Server OS! It doesn't matter whether you want to use the command prompt, PowerShell or
, this query can be made anywhere!
1.) Query screen resolution via MS PowerShell!
1. Please start PowerShell
2. Enter the command;
wmic path Win32_VideoController get CurrentHorizontalResolution, CurrentVerticalResolution
3. And you can already see the resolution of your screen.
Optionally, you can query further parameters
wmic path Win32_VideoController get /?
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(Image-1) Screen resolution via command line under MS Windows OS!
2.) Graphics card manufacturer and driver version via the command prompt!
1. Please start the command prompt
2. Enter the commands
wmic path Win32_VideoController get VideoProcessor
wmic path Win32_VideoController get DriverVersion
3. And you can see the manufacturer and the driver version of your graphics card
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(Image-2) Query graphics cards and driver version via the command prompt on Windows OS!
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