Hi, first off I'm not that much into techy stuff
Secondly, why are custom resolution removed from the latest Intel Graphics Control Panel? As a longtime Windows 7 user it was the only way for me to correctly scale my old TV whenver I had to plug or unplug the HDMI dongle. It seems that as of 21st of August we can't do that anymore, it was a fast, very simple way to correctly scale your screen.
How do I roll back to a previous version of the control panel? My drivers are up to date but the control panel updated without my doing anything, how can I change it back to the way it was?
I must add that I am very disappointed and hope this isn't some ploy to make us use Windows 10 or buy more onerous PC parts.
I forgot to add that my drivers are up to date and that I have a Intel HD Graphics 4600
I do not know if my post is up to standard on this forum, hence the 1 star rating from a user
Please help, Intel Graphics Control is the only way I have to rescale the screen on my old HDTV
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