Windows 8 and 8.1 users know very well how easy is it to access the screen resolution settings – just right-click on the empty desktop and select Screen Resolution from the right-click context menu.
You get direct access to the Screen Resolution settings from which you can quickly change the display resolution.
For some reason, Microsoft decided to go a step back for Windows 10 and added an additional step to access the Screen Resolution settings. Getting there is still the same, but with some different wording.
Right-click on empty desktop and choose Display Settings.
In the Display Settings, you will have to now click Advanced Display Settings to access the System Resolution settings.
Why this change was needed? I am not sure, probably Microsoft thinks there are less users changing the screen resolution often? They could be right, but in my case I use a multiple monitors, the secondary monitor runs on a remote server which has different resolution compared to my laptop, so I have to change the settings everytime I login to the remote server, so kind of an extra step for me in Windows 10.
We hope the need of extra step ends with the preview builds, and the final cooked version will have what we need. Let’s wait and see. Being a preview insider member, I will give this suggestion to Microsoft, hope they will fix it.