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Your laptop likely has an accelerometer inside. Gnome automatically detects that now and will rotate the screen accordingly. There should be a little icon at the bottom of the top-right corner menu that looks like a rotated rectangle. Rotate your laptop around until the screen is the right way up. Then click that icon so that it has a little lock on it. If it's the login screen that's rotated, you might have to do the same procedure again once you get logged in as a user.