If we find any problem when we try to use our PC, it is surely annoying. Moreover, we do not understand much about what is happening and how to fix it. Even if we are panic, we might think that we need to go to an expert for fixing it and you will have to spend for much money.
So, what problem do you have with your PC? Is the screen flickering? If you find this problem in your Windows 10, then you do not need to be panic because there are some methods that you are able to do to fix it.
Usually, flickering or flashing on the screen is caused by incompatible applications or display drivers. According to the microsoft.com site, you are able to fix it by starting your PC in safe mode, uninstall your current display adapter and then check for driver updates. How to do that completely? You are able to follow the steps below.
- The very first thing that you have to do to fix the screen flickering in your Windows 10 is starting your PC in safe mode. After that, you have to right click the Start button and then choose Device Manager.
- Now, you have to expand the Display adapters section and then right click the listed adapter. After that, you have to choose Uninstall device and then choose the Delete the driver software for this device check box. Choose Uninstall and then restart your PC.
- After you restart your PC, now you have to hit the Windows logo key + I on your keyboard. It is done to open Settings. If it does not work, you are able to choose the Start button and then choose Settings.
- From Settings, you have to choose Update & Security > Windows Update > Check for updates.
You are also able to fix the screen flickering by checking it in the Task Manager. To see if Task Manager flickers you can firstly hit Ctrl + Alt + Delete to open Task Manager. If you do not see Task Manager after you press it, you can try to press Ctrl + Shift + Esc to open Task Manager.
If the Task Manager flickers along with everything else on the screen, a display driver may be causing the problem so that you can fix it by fixing your display driver. How to do that? Follow the steps below.
- First, you have to type device manager in the search box on the taskbar and then choose it from the list of results.
- Second, you have to choose the arrow to expand Display adapters.
- Now, you need to right click the adapter under Display adapters and then choose Properties.
- In this step, you have to choose the Driver tab and then choose Roll Back Driver and then choose Yes.
- After doing these steps, at the end you have to restart your device.
So, from these methods, you are able to choose any method for first trial of fixing the flickering screen on your Windows 10. But then, if the first method that you tried cannot fix the problem, you can try another method.