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Viewing pictures on the internet

When i load up a new page on the internet all the pictures on any page seem to be blury, i can press ctrl & f5 to improve them which works but is ther any setting on my laptop i can change to avoid doing this every time?

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Go to internet tools option then select advanced then restore defaults.

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