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Home page does not fill the screen

When I turn on my computer and the home page is displayed, it does not fill up the screen. I have to manually increase the size to 141% so it fills the screen. And I must do this every time I turn the computer on. Any suggestions to solve this problem?

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Use the monitor hardware controls on the actual monitor, and if that doesnt work, you have to change the display settings. which you would get to by right clicking your desktop interface, going to properties and display.

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