Windows 10, which ever version you get from the free upgrade
I'd assume you're trying to play CS:GO which is a game in which for AGES now it seems (Since I upgraded to Windows 10 in August!) I wasn't able to use a stretched resolution on my Optimus laptop (Intel + NVidia chips)
Just recently Intel's released an updated Graphics Driver that is said to fix our issues!
Check it out at this link, I'm currently downloading and will let you know if it fixes these issues - It should allow you to change scaling at any resolution.
I've installed this update and still nothing has changed. In the control panel, there are no new options that I can find, and 4:3 resolutions do not default as they would on some systems. So I'm guessing this update doesn't fix the issue. Unless I'm missing something, then please let me know!
Same here Sam! Nothing changed for me either, I expected to have more options somewhere!
HOWEVER - I'd like some clarification on this from Amy_Intel or someone else from Intel
In the "Known Issues" tab of THIS post: -NEW- 126.96.36.19979: Intel® Iris™, Iris™ Pro, and HD Graphics Production Driver for Windows* 7, 8.1, 10
It says "Forced Application Scaling is disabled"
Is it THIS option (Forced Application Scaling is disabled) that we need to be able to force application scaling sizes at any resolution?
As it seems this update does not give us the option we want, yes, it would be nice for some clarification from someone from Intel as to weather this is the option we need and/or are getting in the future.
Correct, that will be the option needed to force application scaling sizes at any resolution; however, this is a known issue and Intel is currently working in order to address this issue.
Thank you very much for the response Amy! I look forward to the release of a driver where this option is re-enabled.