How to Rotate Your Screen on Windows 10 or 7 To rotate your screen on Windows 10, right-click your desktop, and then select the “Display Settings” command. In Windows 7, right-click the “Screen Resolution” command instead. On Windows 10, you’ll be taken to the Settings > System > Display window. On Windows 7, you’ll end up at Control Panel > Appearance and Personalization > Display > Display Settings. Locate the Orientation option under Resolution, click the dropdown menu under it, and then choose your preferred screen orientation—Landscape, Portrait, Landscape (flipped), or Portrait (flipped.) This window looks different on Windows 7, but has the same Orientation options. If you don’t see a screen orientation option in the Settings app on Windows 10 or the Control Panel on Windows 7, try updating your computer’s graphics drivers. This option may be missing if you’re using generic video drivers that aren’t appropriate for your computer’s graphics hardware.