After upgrading to Windows 10 Creators Update, many users are wondering where are display settings and font customization.
Since the display management tab has been removed from the control panel with the arrival of Creators Update, you will find the settings to handle the screen under Settings > System > Display.
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Why advanced display settings in the control panel were removed?
This is a Microsoft response from the Feedback Hub (https://aka.ms/jwvl1l):
WORK-AROUND: if these settings do not meet your needs regarding your customizations, you might try to change settings from Windows Registry.
So, as a first step, Microsoft recommends that you first back up the registry: How to back up and restore the registry in Windows
After that, I think it might be easier to apply these changes through an utility created specially for this purpose. So I'd suggest you to try Winaero Tweaker. It's a free little program quite simple to use that allows to customize Windows 7/8/10 in many possible ways and it might be useful to you for the changes you need.
You can download it from here.
In addition, these software by WinTools may be helpful too:
REMEMBER: feel free to send your feedback to Microsoft to help make Windows better using the "Feedback Hub" app in Windows 10. Also, you can upvote existing feedbacks to support an idea.
REMEMBER: if you're unhappy with this OS build you can go back to the previous Windows 10 build within 10 days from the upgrade by selecting the Start button > Settings > Update & security > Recovery . Under Go back to the previous version of Windows 10, click Get started.
Hope this helps.