If your laptop screen flickering Windows 10, then you have come to the right place. This post will walk you through a few things you can try if your laptop screen is flickering in Windows 10.

The first thing to check is whether the screen flicker is a result of a hardware problem. If the screen flickers on both external and internal monitors, then it could be a hardware problem, so you should contact your laptop manufacturer for help. If, however, the screen flickers only on your laptop monitor, then the problem is likely to be caused by your settings.

The first thing to try is to change the refresh rate of the screen. The refresh rate of the screen determines how often the screen is updated with new information. If your screen flickers on a low refresh rate, try increasing it.

  • Right-click on the desktop and select Screen Resolution. Click on the Settings button, and then select Change advanced settings.

  • In the Display Settings, select the Refresh rate options.
  • Select the refresh rate you want, and then click on Apply.
  • If your monitor’s refresh rate is set too high, try decreasing it.

If you can’t find the option to change the refresh rate, then your screen may not have the option to be changed. If that is the case, then you will need to contact your laptop manufacturer for help.