How To Rotate Screen in Windows? (Windows 7, 8, 8.1) - How To Rotate Screen In Windows (Windows 7)‑ How To Rotate Your Screen [Ctrl+Alt] in Windows -‑ The most basic way to rotate screen in Windows is to simply hold down the C key, which is the equivalent of Ctrl + Alt key. What's a Windows key? Windows stands for Microsoft Windows and is a computer operating system that is used on personal computer for basic things such as operating or searching. Where are 'windows'? Windows has four main parts — Windows shell, Desktop, Start menu and File Explorer. A window are a part of a computer that shows and handles programs and functions. Windows 8/10 has a slightly different, but a still very useful look. The Windows 8 and 10 look uses white background with a white background. Windows 7/8.1 is a classic red (red, in different shades) background/look. Windows is divided into many types of users: Business Professional, Home User, Education Student. When using a Windows based device, you will meet all of these. Windows 8/10 looks very similar to Windows 7,7,7. You can even see the same thing, when using Windows XP. There are many more differences, however. Windows 10 does have an official look. The new look is much more modern and better. For instance, it has a more unified look with a cleaner, more modern look. Windows looks very different from other OSes. Windows looks similar to the macOS — the Mac looks like an OS, but on your computer. Windows looks very close to the computer you're using it on. I'm a Mac user, you think I'll lose my customization by moving to Windows. Yes and no. Windows 8/10 looks similar to your Mac or PC. Many of the design changes are based on your computer. However, Windows 10 makes many changes to your computer to make it appear more Windows-y, including a red background, a dock, a background theme that is closer to classic Windows, full-screen buttons and many, many more. These changes are a part of Windows 10, and they are very useful. However, the Windows button has no impact on your Mac. Many of the changes in Windows 10 are designed to make your device look more Mac-like.