Browser Viewport Resolution

Browser screen resolution in pixels
Device TypeUnknown
Viewport Width pixels
Viewport Height pixels

The resolution of your monitor refers to the total number of pixels available on your screen. However, the viewport resolution in your browser represents the visible area of the web page that you can see, excluding parts of the browser interface like toolbars, address bars, and scroll bars.

The discrepancy between your monitor's resolution and your browser's viewport occurs because the browser doesn't use the entire screen; it leaves space for its own interface. Additionally, different browsers and operating systems may apply scaling or zooming, which can further alter the visible area.

This difference is normal and expected due to how browsers are designed to operate, providing a consistent user experience across various devices and resolutions.

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