If you want to downscale the resolution of your display (what you asked):
- Hit the ESC key while booting
- Navigate to “Raspberry Pi Configuration”
- Navigate to “Display”
- Change the option “Native resolution” to “Also support resolution list here”
- Boot into Windows
- Display settings should now be controlled completely by Windows.
If you want to disable black borders around the edges of your display (overscan) there are two main ways to do it.
METHOD 1: Use the automatic tool I created (IN DEVELOPMENT, NOT FOR worproject.ml USERS
- Download the tool here
- Run it in Windows with administrator permissions
- Done! Reboot your machine
METHOD 2: Do it manually
You may follow this or read it here:
- Open the Command Prompt as administrator
- Type “diskpart”
- Type “select disk 0” (NOTE: recommended to disconnect all external media before this)
- Type “select partition 1” (NOTE: make sure system partitions have not been modified from stock WoA state)
- Type “assign letter=b”
- Type “exit”
- Type “B:”
- Type “notepad config.txt”
- Add the line “disable-overscan=1” and hit CTRL-S to save the file
NOTE: To do the inverse of this, use “disable-overscan=0” rather than 1.
For further changes of the display settings, go back to the beginning but set the option “Also support resolution list here” back to “Native resolution”, then your display is now in charge of all changes made to the signal. If your display supports it, you may now go to your display’s settings and set the resolution, aspect ratio, etc.