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Is it windows 7 or 8? Internet Explorer modern (tablet mode), or desktop mode (the one that opens while on your desktop)? Internet Explorer 10 or 11? Ia the text very large or small?
Does it only happen in Internet Explorer, or does text appear blurry in other apps? Are those apps desktop mode or tablet mode apps?
I understand that you are having the issue that you are getting Blurred Pictures while accessing the sites. To answer your query with the proper steps the information about the Browser you are using is required. If you are using the Internet Explorer you may follow the steps: Launch the Internet Explorer browser by double-clicking its Desktop icon or selecting it from the Start menu. Click "Tools" in the top menu bar of Internet Explorer. Select "Internet Options" from the drop-down menu. Click the "Advanced" tab and scroll down to Multimedia. Check the box next to "Smart Image Dithering." This will help to ensure that images are loaded properly. Right-click on the image in Internet Explorer and select "View Original Image" from the pop-up menu. This will force the browser to display the original image. Check to see if any installed Internet browsing accelerators are compressing your browsing too much and causing the blurred pictures. For example, the MSN Accelerator (used to enhance the speed of an individual's Internet connection) can sometimes cause blurry images due to high levels of compression. Right-click the "MSN Accelerator" in your Windows task bar (bottom right-hand corner of your PC's screen) and set the level of compression to "None." If you are using the other browser you may try resetting the settings. Even in Internet explorer you may reset. But note that resetting the Brower may deleted the saved information like password and auto fill.
For additional help if you need please revert back with the exact details like the browesr you are using.
You may also try updating the flash player and check the operations
if you use the default dell settings you may experience the problem with blurry images in Internet Explorer. This effect is due to the automatic scaling in IE6 and above. IE tries to resize the images so that everything looks the same as when everything is at smaller dpi, but does a terrible job at it, resulting in blurry and unreadable images.
Change the following registry setting from 1 to 0 in order to disable this "feature":
 Adjusting Scale to Higher DPI Screens (MSDN)
good luck with this. please do this, and get back if u run into a problem. also, if this fixes the problem please rate my answer. thanks so much, Joe
Could you post the specs of your machine? And list any internet related programs? It is possibly an accelerator problem.. If you are using a dial-up accelerator, then it grabs images in lower quality. Try turning that off.. chris (ziraffa)