There are a few moments when Apple, the computer maker Poppy, decides to do something useful for their users Windows. Although some of us may not enjoy the capabilities of the mac, we can at least install apps like iTunes and iCloud on Windows.
In its latest effort, Apple solved a problem that bothered their users Windows 10 on a MacBook, using Boot Camp. For those who don't know what it is, Boot Camp is a tool that lets you run Windows on mac computers. However, due to an error, the right side of the screen appears distorted when using Windows 10. However, the distortion can also spread throughout the screen if you use external monitors.
So the company has released a new document detailing what can be done to address the problem. According to this document, the Windows 10 display problem exists on Mac computers that have a graphics card AMD. Some of these computers are the MacBook Pro, iMac, and Mac Pro. Apple Starts Troubleshooting With The Most Common Tips users update the Boot Camp drivers to the latest version. If they don't, Apple recommends that users reduce their screen resolution from screen settings. The resolution should not exceed 3840x2160. However, Apple says this solution won't work if you have a larger screen, such as the Pro Display XDR and its ultrafine screens LG.