The next generation of display technology promises to change the way you interact with your screen.
But in order to make it happen, you’ll need to get familiar with how to do it.
And while you’re here, read on to find out how to turn your PC or laptop’s display into a colorful, illuminated, and easy-to-use device.
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If you’re looking for the official instructions, be sure to visit our article on how to install and configure DisplayPort.
If your PC is equipped with an Intel chipset, you should also be able to get DisplayPort-ready hardware via the following guide.
If you’re using an AMD chipset, your best bet is to check out the article on installing and configuring the graphics driver that ships with your computer.
For those of you who don’t already have a display, you can buy a display at Amazon and other retailers for as little as $30.
For more information on how the device looks, you may want to check our article: How to Change the Color of Your PC’s Display article If you have an Apple MacBook Pro, it’s worth checking out our guide on how we’ve changed the color of the display to reflect the new Apple logo.
For a more hands-on approach, check out our comprehensive guide on getting a PC running with more RAM, or for a more in-depth look at the DisplayPort technology itself, we have a guide for you to follow.
For anyone who doesn’t want to spend the time and money required to install the Displayport driver on their PC, you could try using an alternate method.
You could use a USB-C port on your computer’s Thunderbolt port to connect your laptop or tablet to your display.
Alternatively, you might want to consider buying a DisplayPort adapter that comes preloaded with an Apple or AMD graphics driver, or if you’re an advanced user, you probably won’t be able get away with using the display as its own standalone component.