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PostSubject: Configuring Screen Resolution   Configuring Screen Resolution EmptyWed Aug 15, 2007 7:03 am

Configuring Screen Resolution
Changing screen resolution changes the number of pixels that Windows displays on your screen.
Increasing the resolution, say from 1024 × 768 to 1600 × 1200 lets you see more action on your display, more windows, more text, larger graphics, and so on, with various tradeoffs.
Text at a given point size will appear smaller at higher resolutions.
A mouse at a given pointer speed will require more arm and wrist motion to traverse a high-resolution screen than a low-resolution one.
And higher resolutions use more video memory. In short, the right resolution for you depends on your hardware, your preferences, and visual acuity.
To change screen resolution, right-click the desktop, choose Personalize, and then
choose Display Settings. To change resolution, drag the Resolution slider to the left or right. Windows will apply the new settings, then ask you to confirm.

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