When sharing my laptop screen to my TV via wireless connection, the screen doesn't fit. So after some digging around, I found that in the Intel UHD Graphics Control Panel Wireless Display settings, picture size is set to 85%, so I'm guessing that might be the solution to my TV Screen issue.
Problem is I can't seem to be able to change this setting. Even after I set it up to 100%, nothing changes, and after I click "Apply", it doesn't seem to save the new setting and keeps reverting it to 85%.
Any ideas on how this could be fixed?
Thank you 🙂
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