The size of elements on the screen are controlled by the computer's desktop resolution. When using Windows 7, right click on any empty space on the desktop to bring up a menu. Click on Screen Resolution to change the settings.Know More
On other Windows systems, go into the Control Panel and find Display. Choose Screen Resolution to resize the screen. The larger the numbers in the resolution options, the smaller the text and icons appear. If the resolution is as high as the numbers allow, there may be an issue with the video card drivers. Reinstall the drivers, and see if the screen size returns to normal.
A program called Magnifier also has the ability to change the size of the computer screen. If a faint magnifying glass appears in the top corner of the screen, then Magnifier is enabled. Close out the program to turn off the magnified effect on objects on the desktop.Learn more about Computer Help
To fix an upside-down computer screen, rotate it by pressing Ctrl, Alt and the up arrow key. Disable the rotating function to prevent the problem in the future.Full Answer >
A blue screen, also referred to as a STOP error, appears whenever Windows encounters a serious critical error it cannot recover from. The operating system halts, requiring a reboot and possibly resulting in loss of unsaved work. Blue screens are widely caused by hardware problems.Full Answer >
To prevent the blue screen, which is likely caused by a lack of RAM, you should "strip down" the amount of applications running on the system. Press and hold the windows key, press "R," type "msconfig" and press enter. Navigate to the "startup" tab, un-check the box next to everything that doesn't need to be running when the system starts and press "apply." Now restart the system.Full Answer >
To turn your computer screen right side up, press CTRL, ALT and the Up Arrow key. You can rotate the screen in multiple directions by pressing one of the arrow keys while holding down CTRL and ALT.Full Answer >