You may not even like the way your ultrawide monitor looks at first because it may seem too large for its vertical scale, but gradually you will get used to it. After that, you’ll be thinking how without it you’ve ever got anywhere.
Upgrading to a 1080p or even 1440p 4K UHD display can also take some time to get used to, as on a 32 “screen, the 4K resolution provides you with a high pixel density making everything on your desktop tiny.
So, to make small things like icons and text easily accessible, you’ll need to scale the interface by a certain amount. There’s a issue when certain apps don’t scale well or not at all, leaving you with a messy screen with either too small or too large components.
As you can see, both of these choices have downsides. The leftovers? Looking at native-resolution compatible content. With a 21:9 ultrawide display, movies are closer to their native aspect ratio at which they are shot (2.39:1).
On the other hand, as well as allowing you to enjoy your favorite shows and games in crystal-clear quality with full clarity, there is a lot of 4K content nowadays available.